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23 March 2018, Workshop, Sydney (AU) - Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality and Cooling
Sydney, Australia 03/23/2018 - 09:00

Aiming to inform Australian researchers and engineers on recent developments in the field of ventilation technologies, the workshop gave international experts visiting Australia the opportunity to present global research to their local counterparts.The workshop showcased research that determines optimum ventilation levels and the development of advanced ventilation technologies to promote comfo

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Aiming to inform Australian researchers and engineers on recent developments in the field of ventilation technologies, the workshop gave international experts visiting Australia the opportunity to present global research to their local counterparts.The workshop showcased research that determines optimum ventilation levels and the development of advanced ventilation technologies to promote comfort, energy conservation and better indoor environmental quality in buildings.



The Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality and Cooling workshop aimed to:

 

  • Discuss the optimum use of natural, mechanical and hybrid ventilation technologies to promote health, productivity, IAQ, energy conservation and thermal comfort
  • Present the recent achievements in Australia in terms of ventilation technologies
  • Provide a forum for international and local experts to discuss the future of ventilation technologies for the building sector

 

Event details:

  • What: Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality and Cooling workshop
  • When: 9 - 5pm, Friday 23rd March (followed by networking drinks)
  • Where: UNSW CBD Campus, 1 O'Connell St, Sydney, Australia

 

You may download the workshop presentations from the table below

 

Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality  

International Energy Agency Technology Collaboration Programme on energy in buildings and communities | Stanford Harrison, Director, Commercial Buildings, Department of the Environment and Energy

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What do NABERS ratings tell us about ventilation and IAQ in Australian buildings? | Carlos Flores – National Program Manager, NABERS

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ASHRAE activities on ventilation for indoor air quality | Bjarne Olesen – ASHRAE President (Denmark)Pdf
Specific AIVC activities on ventilation and indoor air quality | Peter Wouters – Operating Agent AIVC (Belgium)Pdf
Evaluation and Future Direction of Next Generation Automated Fault Detection Tools in Australia | Josh Wall – CSIRO Research Project Leader, Intelligent Building ControlsPdf
Ventilation for Indoor Air Quality and health 
Why do we care about IAQ Metrics? | Max Sherman – Senior Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (USA)Pdf
Heat stress resistance in the Nationwide House Energy Rating Scheme | Gertrud Hatvani-Kovacs – PhD Candidate, CRC for Low Carbon LivingPdf
Methodology to assess exposure to cooking emissions in combination with the efficiency of range hoods | Wouter Borsboom, TNO – Delft University (Netherlands)Pdf
Ventilation and Airborne Infection Control | Jianlei Niu – Professor of Building, Environment and Energy, University of SydneyPdf
Ventilation for Cooling 
Comfort Performance of Residential Wind Catchers in Sydney | Professor Richard de Dear – University of Sydney and Mahsan Sadeghi – Architect Advisor, RensonPdf
Recommended criteria for thermal comfort and indoor air quality in international standards (ASHRAE-ISO-CEN) | Bjarne Olesen – ASHRAE President (Denmark)Pdf
Managing Summer Cooling Loads in Code Compliant Australian Housing: A Cost Benefit Analysis for Mass Market Implementation of Purge Ventilation Technologies | Jesse Clarke – Chairman of AIRAH Special Technical Group for Building Envelope PhysicsPdf
Global Performance of Buildings and the Role of Ventilation 
Cooling Our Future | Mat Santamouris – Professor of High Performance Architecture, UNSWPdf
Measuring airtightness of dwelling with a domestic ventilation system | Willem de Gids – VentGuide Consultant, (Netherlands)Pdf
Ventilation and airtightness: European experiences of on-site performances and approaches for improvement | Peter Wouters, Operating Agent – AIVC (Belgium)Pdf

 




Country: Sydney, Australia
City: Sydney,
Venue: UNSW CBD Campus
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Street: 1 O'Connell St
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Start date: 03/23/2018 - 09:00
Duration: 8 hours
Contact name: AIVC, CRC for Low Carbon Living
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