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3rd AIVC Conference - London, UK - 20-23 September, 1982

The 3rd AIVC Conference - Energy efficient domestic ventilation systems for achieving acceptable indoor air quality, was held in London, UK, 20-23 September 1982. Contains 29 papers.

The 3rd AIVC Conference - Energy efficient domestic ventilation systems for achieving acceptable indoor air quality, was held in London, UK, 20-23 September 1982.

Contains 29 papers.

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Contains 23 papers as follows: Keynote Paper The art of ventilation; Use of natural ventilation; Variations in householders' window opening patterns; Avoiding condensation and mould growth in exist
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ventilation system | energy efficiency | indoor air quality | residential building
This paper discusses the potential for achieving an "energy-efficient" ventilation system by improving design procedures for natural ventilation.
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window opening | ventilation strategy | design | mechanical ventilation | natural ventilation | occupancy effects
The normally used equation for calculation of infiltration flow rates into a house is a power law of which the exponent n is normally assumed to be 0.66 but sometimes values of 0.5 or even 1 can be
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air infiltration | crack | theoretical modelling
Natural and forced ventilation are directly and indirectly influenced by the pressure distribution around a building.
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wood frame | air infiltration | correlation | detached house | natural ventilation | pressure distribution | theoretical modelling
Since 1974 the french Authorities have insisted on energy being saved in all buildings. There was very strong pressure on manufacturers to obtain better sealed window frames .
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condensation | heat recovery | mechanical ventilation
The investigation was divided into several parts: 1, measurements of a mechanical ventilation system, 2, calculation model for this system, 3, measurements of the air leakage of the facades of a fl
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window opening | empirical models | energy conservation | high rise building | mechanical ventilation | occupancy effects

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