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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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Typical heat sources in indoor environments include humans, electrical devices, and computers.
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heat transfer | radiation modeling | operating room | contaminant (particle) distribution | Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) | numerical simulation
An experimental analysis of the night ventilation technique for cooling in buildings, was performed in a test cell with the aim of establish the potential of this technique in two scenarios: a) whe
Publication
night ventilation | thermal mass | Mediterranean Climates | Free cooling
Lecture rooms with their high, quickly fluctuating internal gains, e.g.
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NZEB | case study | building monitoring system | air flow measurement
Aim of this work has been to determine the effectiveness of evaporative cooling and ventilation control strategies on a case study to ensure an adequate combination between energy efficiency and hi
Publication
natural ventilation | thermal comfort | passive cooling | evaporative cooling | Building automation
Natural ventilation is increasingly considered one of the most efficient passive solutions to improve thermal comfort in buildings.
Publication
natural ventilation | thermal comfort | passive cooling | Multizone airflow models | Building automation
This work presents the thermal behavior of a stand-alone experimental solar chimney during one year. The dimensions of the solar chimney are 5.60 m high, 1.0 m width, and 0.52 m depth.
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natural ventilation | solar chimney

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