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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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Increased health standards and the need to save energy in colder climates caused residential buildings to advance to the modern airtight and well-insulated dwellings we have today.
Knoll B.
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The glossary provides the definition of 250 terms related to air infiltration and ventilation. The intention of the document is to promote a more uniform use of terms in the area of ventilation.
Limb M.J.
The impact of ventilation on energy use can be considerable. Total building energy use is variously estimated to account for 30% of all energy consumed in International Energy Agency countries.
Liddament M.W.
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This handbook gives a comprehensive explanation of the theoretical and practical aspects of measuring important parameters for understanding air infiltration and ventilation within buildings.
Roulet C.A., Vandaele L.
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Considerable developments in the area of computational fluid dynamics are currently taking place, especially in relation to refinements in calculation techniques.
Liddament M.W.
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One of the aims of the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre is to encourage the collection and dissemination of air infiltration and airflow data as well as energy use data arising from programmes of research and experimental investigation.
Harrje D.T., Piggins J.M.
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The main objective of this report was to provide an introduction to the subject of contaminant removal effectiveness. Existing literature in this subject area is limited, and tends to be very difficult for a newcomer to understand.
Brouns C., Waters B.
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The main objective of this report was to provide a concise introduction into the subject of air change efficiency.
Sutcliffe H.
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This document describes preliminary work towards validating models that predict airflow rates between several zones.
Bassett M.
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From a viewpoint of energy conservation air infiltration and ventilation have to be minimised.
Trepte L., Haberda F.
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A loose-leaf handbook (228 pp) divided into seven chapters covering air change rate, interzonal airflow and building airtightness measurement techniques.
Charlesworth P.S.
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The glossary gives the translation (English/Dutch - Dutch/English) of more than 1000 terms related to air infiltration and ventilation.
Allen C.
Workshop held at Køge, Denmark in March 1988.
AIVC
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This forms a summary of the IEA ECBCS Annex VIII study into the behaviour of occupants with regard to ventilation.
Dubrul C.
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This document presents the proceedings of the AIVC's Moisture Workshop, held at the Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ) on 23 March 1987. It includes the opening address by the Hon.
AIVC
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The objective of this is to review the various definitions associated with ventilation efficiency studies and to outline the physical concepts, measurement methods and calculation techniques.
Liddament M.W.
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'The intention of the Calculation Techniques Guide is to provide researchers and designers with detailed background to air infiltration modelling and to give step-by-step guidance on the application of modelling techniques in design.
Liddament M.W.
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Review of literature on choice of ventilation strategy for residential, industrial and other buildings.
Parfitt Y.
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Examines those factors which can influence leakage distribution, including building style, construction quality, materials, ageing, pressure and variations in humidity.
Allen C.
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This document is the Italian translation of the AIRGLOSS (AIVC TN 5).
Allen C.

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