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IBPSA 2011 - Sydney, Australia

International Building Simulation Conference 2011, Sydney, Australia.  Contains 206 papers.

International Building Simulation Conference 2011, Sydney, Australia. 

Contains 206 papers.

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Energy and indoor environmental performance of buildings are highly influenced by outdoor/indoor climate, by building characteristics, and by occupants’ behaviour.
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In order to decrease the concentration of indoor pollutants, sorptive building materials have been used.
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It is important to insulate the glazing or frames of windows efficiently because they usually contribute to some of the greatest heat loss from dwelling houses.
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We designed a new air supply window system to ventilate indoors through the air space of a double pane window and evaluated its insulation efficiency and probability of moisture condensation in ord
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The objective of the work is to identify the types of occupant-driven residential behaviour variations that most significantly impact a designer’s ability to predict energy consumption and peak ele
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Evaporative cooling is an attractive energy-efficient technique for producing a comfortable indoor environment.
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