The 39th AIVC Conference "Smart Ventilation for Buildings", was held in Antibes Juan-Les-Pins, France, 18-19 September 2018. Contains 140 papers and/or summaries.

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Design of ventilation systems in Belgium is currently based on the Belgian Standard NBN D 50-001:1991.
Sébastien Pecceu, Samuel Caillou, Romy Van Gaever
Traditionally, occupancy-based ventilation controls have only ventilated when occupants are present – usually based on measurements of CO2 and/or humidity.
Iain Walker, Brennan Less
In order to better address energy and indoor air quality issues, ventilation needs to become smarter.
Gaëlle Guyot, Max Sherman, Iain Walker
It is well known that the olfactory sensitivity changes with exposure time and concentration of odor under continuous exposure to odor in the air.
Toshio Yamanaka, Akihisa Takemura
Since the turn of the century, alarming data produced by the Indoor Air Quality Observatory (OQAI) have led to changes in French legislation, including, most notably, the introduction of compulsory labelling for construction products (decree no.
Charline Dematteo, Barbara Le Bot, Pierre Le Cann, Mariangel Sanchez
Carbon dioxide included in exhaled breath is often used as a tracer gas when estimation of ventilation aspect in buildings with occupants is performed. Indoor carbon dioxide concentration is also adopted evaluation of ventilation commonly.
Masaki Tajima, Tsuyoshi Yorimitsu, Yusuke Shimada
An implementation of a Condensation, Damp and Mould (CD&M) Strategy for the Thamesmead estate in south-east London Targeting 2000 homes.
Peter Rickaby, Ian Mawditt, Adam Fudakowski, Simon Jones
As policy makers strive to reduce the energy demands of houses by reducing infiltration rates, an unintended consequence could be a fall in the quality of indoor air with corresponding negative health effects at a population scale.
Constanza Molina, Benjamin Jones, Michael Kent, Ian P Hall
Surface condensation risk is a fact that has to be dealt with when buildings are airtight. Airtight buildings with lower ventilation rates are the result of applying energy saving policies and criteria.
Linares Pilar, García-Ortega Sonia
This study evaluated the emission characteristics of ultrafine particles emitted during material extrusion type 3D printer, called Desktop 3D printer, operation in the test bed and mock-up environmental conditions respectively.
Kyung-ho Park, Sang-chul Kim, Woo -chul Sung, Ah-young Choi
This study is designed to investigate the particulate matter removal efficiency of domestic air cleaner products and seeks to compare the particulate matter removal efficiency in a laboratory with that in real life. 
KiChul Kim, YunGyu Lee, Kyung Mo Kang
Bio-based insulation materials represent an alternative to petro-based materials which may contribute to enhance buildings energy efficiency.
Ana Maria Tobon, Yves Andres, Nadine Locoge
Cooking activities generate massive fine particulate matter (number concentration). Effective ventilation system can improve the indoor air quality impacts of pollutants from residential cooking.
Kyungmo Kang, Yun Gyu Lee, Taeyeon Kim, Kichul Kim , Hyungkeun Kim
In recent years, PM, which is one of the most important indoor air pollutants, has attracted a great deal of attention. PM is mainly generated by occupant activities.
Hyungkeun Kim, Hangyeol Park, Kyungmo Kang, Yun Gyu Lee, Taeyeon Kim
Recently, many studies have focused on the adsorption of pollutants as a method for improving indoor air quality.
Haneul Choi, Dayoung Kim, Taeyeon Kim
The research objectives of this study are to develop and validate a detailed simulation model of a test cell which was used to measure heat balances for comfort evaluation. 
Johannes Brozovsky, Matthias Haase, Nicola Lolli
This paper presents a model-based optimal control strategy for multi-zone air-conditioning systems with strict humidity control.
Chaoqun Zhuang, Shengwei Wang, Kui Shan
There are two types of air conditioning systems, convective and radiant air conditioning system.
Mari Kuranaga, Toshio Yamanaka, Haruto Kiatakaze, Tatsunori Maeda
Air Handling Unit (AHU), as a system for space heating and cooling is one of the most relevant causes of energy consumption in both residential and tertiary sector buildings.
Kiyan Vadoudi, Sandrine Marinhas
In this paper a new ventilated window with a PCM heat exchanger is proposed. In winter, the heat exchanger works as a solar collector to store heat for pre-heating of the ventilated air.
Yue Hu, Per Kvols Heiselberg, Rui Guo