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36th AIVC - 5th TightVent - 3rd venticool Conference - Madrid, Spain - 23-24 September 2015

The 36th AIVC Conference " Effective ventilation in high performance buildings", was held in Madrid, Spain, 23-24 September 2015. Contains 119 papers and extended summaries.

The 36th AIVC Conference " Effective ventilation in high performance buildings", was held in Madrid, Spain, 23-24 September 2015. Contains 119 papers and extended summaries.

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Controlling indoor humidity is important in homes, because high indoor humidity is associated with occupant health and building durability issues.
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humidity | ventilation | IAQ | homes | hot-humid climates | high performance homes | smart ventilation | controls
In determining ventilation rates, it is often necessary to combine naturally-driven ventilation, such as infiltration, with mechanical systems.
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Unbalanced ventilation | infiltration | REGCAP simulation | empirical models | superposition
In this study the performance of a residential demand controlled (DC) extract ventilation system with an air-to-water heat pump was analysed via dynamic simulations.
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demand controlled ventilation | air-to-water heat pump | heat recovery | Hybrid System
Demand controlled ventilation (DCV) can reduce the energy use significantly compared to a constant air volume (CAV) system.
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demand controlled ventilation | energy savings | ventilation efficiency | measurement | Air handling unit
Indoor carbon dioxide (CO2) concentrations have played a role in discussions of ventilation and indoor air quality (IAQ) since the 18th century.
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carbon dioxide | contaminant limits | demand control ventilation | indoor air quality | standards | ventilation
It is estimated that people spend 60-90% of their life in indoor environments.
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indoor air quality | thermal comfort | residential buildings | building regulations

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