The European commission launches a new project titled IAQSense to address the ever growing concern of indoor air quality (IAQ) in closed environments such as buildings and vehicles. A consortium of 10 partners from 5 countries will tackle this issue with very ambitious objectives during a 3-year research program.
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A second announcement has been made for the 35th AIVC conference : 'Ventilation and airtightness in transforming the building stock to high performance' which takes place in Poznań, Poland together with the 4th TightVent and the 2nd venticool conferences September 24-25, 2014.Important dates: Abstract Submission Deadline: 15 March 2014 Confirmation of acceptance: 1 May 2014 Submission of papers: 30 June 2014
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Looked at as a group, buildings form one of the largest consumers of energy in the world. Environmental concerns indicate that a reduction in the energy consumption of buildings is urgently needed. However, in this push for change the importance of indoor environmental quality, particularly thermal comfort and indoor air quality, must not be forgotten.
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For Release: Oct. 24, 2013 Contact: Jodi ScottPublic Relations678firstname.lastname@example.orgASHRAE Publishes 2013 Version of IAQ Standard
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On the European continent, demand controlled ventilation (DCV) today is considered as a particularly relevant alternative to other mechanical extract ventilation systems (MEV) and especially for mechanical ventilation systems with heat recovery (MVHR). For the moderate climate zone of Western Europe, with about 2500–3000 heating degree days, the payback time for investments in heat recovery ventilation is long, especially in buildings with relatively low air change rates such as dwellings.
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