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3rd AIVC Conference - London, UK - 20-23 September, 1982

The 3rd AIVC Conference - Energy efficient domestic ventilation systems for achieving acceptable indoor air quality, was held in London, UK, 20-23 September 1982. Contains 29 papers.

The 3rd AIVC Conference - Energy efficient domestic ventilation systems for achieving acceptable indoor air quality, was held in London, UK, 20-23 September 1982.

Contains 29 papers.

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Contains 23 papers as follows: Keynote Paper The art of ventilation; Use of natural ventilation; Variations in householders' window opening patterns; Avoiding condensation and mould growth in exist
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ventilation system | energy efficiency | indoor air quality | residential building
For optimum building design it is of importance to investigate the comfort and the energy conservation obtained with different types of ventilation systems and levels of airtightness of buildings.
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wood frame | air tightness | wind pressure | ventilation heat loss | tracer gas | detached house | heat recovery | mechanical ventilation | natural ventilation | residential building
Measurements in a test room of 28.4 m3 located at the top of a 3-storey building have been made to determine ventilation rates of different natural ventilation systems.
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window | ventilation strategy | high rise building | natural ventilation
The heat losses from small houses, due to transmission and ventilation, are estimated.
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wind | windbreak | ventilation heat loss | energy conservation | heat loss | house | residential building | theoretical modelling
The aim of the present study is to measure the possible health effects among tenants after certain characteristic energy conservation measures had been taken in their dwellings.
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health | human comfort | retrofitting
The purpose of the project has been to determine the saving in energy obtained in the practical operation of an FTX-system -that is, a fan-controlled supply and exhaust ventilation system with heat
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energy conservation | heat recovery | mechanical ventilation | residential building | terraced house

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