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There is little information on the subject at the moment. A study referenced in a paper written by Erhorn et al. and presented at the 2008 AIVC conference shows airtightness values of 31 ...

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Energy wastage due to envelope leakage has been estimated in various countries through numerical simulations:
- in Belgium and in Germany, the energy impact has been calculated to be ...

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To some extent yes. A collection and analysis of some data collected through the ASIEPI partners has been presented at the 2008 BlowerDoor conference (Papaglastra et al., 2008). However, ...

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To our knowledge, only two low-energy labels include a minimum requirement for low-energy buildings:
- the PassivHaus standard (

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The airtightness measurement of single apartments is usually performed the same way as in individual houses. Therefore, there is no specific protocol to balance the pressure between the ...

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There exists a certification scheme in Germany which is not compulsory to perform tests.
There exists a compulsory authorisation process in France for technicians who perform test on ...

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The SAVE-DUCT project has shown that there are large discrepancies between countries on this subject (the project report is available through AIVC at

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To our knowledge, the UK is the only country that has made testing mandatory. This has been in force since 2002 for large buildings and extended to most buildings in 2006.

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There are three major ways to estimate this impact:
- the simplest is to evaluate the infiltration losses based on a rule of thumb established by Drubul in 1988 (*) and suggested by ...

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Now in Europe, many countries have adopted the n50 value (i.e., the leakage flow divided by the volume) for their EP regulation while others (e.g., Belgium, France, UK) use the envelope area ...

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