A series of bibliographies aimed at researchers, designers and engineers etc. who are seeking an overview of developments on subjects including ventilation, air infiltration and related fields. The references quoted in these documents are taken from the AIVC’s bibliographic database (AIRBASE)

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This annotated bibliography reviews current ventilation codes and standards for residential buildings in Europe and North America.
McWilliams J., Sherman M.
Airflow measurement techniques are necessary to determine the most basic of indoor air quality questions: "Is there enough fresh air to provide a healthy environment for the occupants of the building?" This paper outlines airflow measurement techn
McWilliams J.
Gives an extensive list of literature on the topic and provides a detailed analysis of several aspects of the problems which can occur.
Limb M.J.
This bibliography is aimed at those building professionals who are looking for an overview of current developments in duct cleanliness and design.
Limb M.J.
This bibliography outlines the main features and design considerations of passive cooling ventilation systems.
Limb M.J.
Gives an overview of current developments into acoustic control within buildings and their impact on current ventilation practices.
Limb M.J.
With over 100 references, the document is divided into sections on: previous international energy studies, ventilation rate standards and requirements, mechanical ventilation, "mixed mode" or "hybrid" systems, natural ventilation, infiltration in
Limb M.J.
Summarises research into the use and application of heat pumps in ventilation heat recovery systems. Discusses types of heat pumps, residential ventilation systems incorporating heat pumps and non-residential heat pump ventilation systems.
Limb M.J.
The focus of this review is on natural ventilation strategies and systems, highlighting design features and associated research.
Limb M.J.
The bibliography summarises research into the health, energy and design aspects of the various systems used in garage ventilation.
Limb M.J.