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Ventilation Information Papers

Ventilation Information Papers (VIP) are a series of typically short AIVC publications (in most cases 6 to 10 pages) intended for giving a basic knowledge of some aspects related to the air infiltration and/or the ventilation.

Ventilation Information Papers (VIP) are a series of typically short AIVC publications (in most cases 6 to 10 pages) intended for giving a basic knowledge of some aspects related to the air infiltration and/or the ventilation.

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In the past and still often today, building regulations and standards don't reflect the state-of-the art with respect to the performance assessment of buildings in terms of energy use and indoor cl
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AIVC | VIP
If the building envelope is not airtight enough, significant amounts of energy may be lost due to exfiltrating air, or damage to structural elements may occur due to condensation.
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AIVC | VIP
VIP Indoor Air Pollutants, Part 1 defined major types of indoor air pollutants, their measurement, and concentrations guidelines.
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AIVC | VIP
A heat recovery unit transfers heat (some units also moisture) from the exhaust air stream over to the supply air stream, thus reducing the heat loss due to ventilation, and reducing the need to co
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AIVC | VIP
The principle of displacement ventilation involves air supply and distribution in a room by upwards displacement, i.e.
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AVC | VIP
Addressing successful solutions to counterbalance the energy and environmental effects of air conditioning is a strong requirement for the future.
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AIVC | VIP

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