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The AIVC's collection of technical notes on subjects including ventilation, infiltration, indoor air movement, and measurement techniques.

The AIVC's collection of technical notes on subjects including ventilation, infiltration, indoor air movement, and measurement techniques.

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Low income households in developed and less developed countries suffer from serious indoor environmental problems like heat stress, lack of comfort and poor indoor air quality.
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AIVC | TN
Because of specific urban characteristics, the potential of natural ventilation can be seriously decreased in the urban environment because of reduced wind speeds, high ambient temperatures and inc
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AIVC | TN
Ventilation standards and guidelines typically treat ventilation as a constant and specify its value.
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AIVC | TN
This AIVC Technical Note has been produced in the frame of the EU RESHYVENT project, conducted from January 2002 to December 2004.
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AIVC | TN
The basic strategy for providing indoor air quality in residences is to dilute indoor sources with outdoor air.
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AIVC | TN
Ventilation is required to provide to remove or dilute pollutants and incidentally meets metabolic oxygen requirements for occupants.
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AIVC | TN

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