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This section includes AIVC’s collection of Ventilation Information Papers (VIP), technical notes, guides and handbooks, annotated bibliographies, literature lists and contributed reports. If you want to have an overview by series, please click here

 

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Addressing successful solutions to counterbalance the energy and environmental effects of air conditioning is a strong requirement for the future.
Santamouris M.
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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 condition the cold supply air.
Schild P.G.
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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.
Dorer V., Tanner C., Weber A.
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Pollutants found in indoor air are often several times higher than outdoors. Indoor air pollutants cause effects ranging from odor, annoyance, and irritation to illness, cancer, and even death.
Levin H.
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The basic strategy for providing indoor air quality in residences is to dilute indoor sources with outdoor air.
Sherman M.H., Matson N.E.
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The necessity to make waterproof sanitary water ducts or central heating tubing and to make airtight natural gas distribution tubing is of primary importance to both construction professionals and the public.
Delmotte C.
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Ventilation is required to provide to remove or dilute pollutants and incidentally meets metabolic oxygen requirements for occupants.
Concannon P.
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Ductwork is used for transport of air used for ventilation or air conditioning in buildings. The supply air is typically conditioned (filtered, warmed or cooled, sometimes humidified or dehumidified).
Malstrom T.G.
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The Ventilation Modelling Data Guide of the AIVC replaces the old Technical Note 44 (1994) which was mainly focused on leakage and wind pressure data presented in tables. The new approach is an interactive database available on CD-Rom.
Orme M., Leksmono N.
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Use of vegetation to clean indoor air #NO 3339 Comparative measurements of indoor climate. Vergleichsmeisingen des Inneklimas. AUTHOR Hauser G
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Location of Exhausts and Inlets #NO 17 The effect of wind on energy consumption in buildings. AUTHOR Arens E.A. Williams P.B.
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Air Infiltration and Ventilation in Commercial Buildings
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Design for fire/smoke movement #NO 8904 Review of tunnel fire and smoke simulations.  AUTHOR Rhodes N 
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Control of Cross Contamination from Smokers #NO 261 Ventilation : the human factors AUTHOR Brundrett G.W.
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Pressurisation - Infiltration Correlation: Measurements
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Sustainability #NO 11788 Indoor air quality and the use of energy in buildings. Baldwin R (ed.)
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