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A collection of ongoing and completed AIVC projects.

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Indoor exposure to contaminants should be minimized to avoid adverse health and comfort effects.

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Building airtightness tests have become very common in several countries, either to comply with minimum requirements of regulations or programmes, or to justify input values in calculation methods.

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The European market for residential ventilation is highly driven by energy performance regulations.

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The trend towards more nearly zero energy buildings and much more airtight buildings represents specific challenges for cooker hoods in residentia

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There is a trend to perform more ventilation and air infiltration measurements in buildings, either to strengthen commissioning procedures or to learn from field data.

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There exist several initiatives in different parts of the world to bring a stronger basis to ventilation requirements in relation to indoor air quality and health issues, for example, at LBNL in th

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While it is generally accepted that ventilation-whether natural, mechanical or hybrid- is needed to provide acceptable indoor air quality and prevent building damage, there are debates about the ac

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The current development in building energy efficiency towards nearly-zero energy buildings represents a number of new challenges to building design and construction.

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With the trend towards low-energy buildings, the importance and the interest for building air tightness is increasing.

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There is no doubt that, as part of this tendency to move to nearly zero energy buildings, in most climates buildings have to become more airtight.

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There are several national initiatives to collect air leakage data from field measurements buildings as a whole, building components, or ductwork systems.

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