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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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In response to the European Energy Performance Buildings Directive 2010/31/EU and the Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU, buildings have increasingly become more insulated in order to reduce th
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overheating | Passive House | Thermal comfort assessment.
Because of the customer need of best possible comfort condition and satisfaction, shopping centers are conditioned by means of basic HVAC systems, often without considering the potential of natural
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Ventilative cooling feasibility | Shopping center | cooling energy savings | Climate potential
New buildings have to satisfy ever-tightening standards regarding energy efficiency and consumption. This results in higher insulation levels and lower air leakages that reduce heating demands.
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ventilative cooling | energy saving | simulations IDA ICE | motorized window opening
EU energy policy encourages member states and public authorities to start converting building stock into nearly Zero Energy Buildings (nZEB) and adopting exemplary actions.
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schools | renovation | NZEB | Mediterranean
From the energy point of view, buildings should be as tight as possible. But lack of ventilation will result in high level of indoor pollutants, which is harmful for occupants.
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natural ventilation | tracer gas | Constant injection | Optimal window opening | energy saving
Hemp Lime concrete (HLC) is a bio-based material, which knows currently a growing development. HLC is a low embodied energy material.
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Coupled heat and air-flow simulation | Relative-humidity-sensitive (RHS) | humidity control | Moisture-buffering | energy

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