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Post date: 27 Dec 2009
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Post date: 27 Dec 2009
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Post date: 27 Dec 2009
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Post date: 27 Dec 2009
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Post date: 22 Dec 2009
Type: Link

This method is described in a small practical guidebook (40 pages). It includes three levels of inspections or diagnosis: - DIAGVENT 1: no measurements, only visual checking, for commissioning new installations. The main objective is to verify that the installed system is in accordance with the expected one.
Post date: 19 Dec 2009
Type: Publication

The design of Spirehuset makes use of both cross and stack natural ventilation principles. Stack ventilation operates with lower air inlets located in the windows, at a normal window height, and upper exhaust openings located in the roof. The air enters smaller zones, on the periphery of the building. Air moves from these to the large common room, located in the centre of Spirehuset. To encourage the stack effect, the roof of the common room is designed to be higher than those of the other rooms.
Post date: 8 Dec 2009
Type: Case

Post date: 5 Dec 2009
Type: Publication

Case studies (8 page - brochures) Teaching material (ppt-presentations) in English, Greek, Portuguese and Danish Technical reports Useful links
Post date: 17 Oct 2009
Type: Link

The conference was organised by the Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre of the International Energy Agency together with Energie- und Umweltzentrum am Deister (E-U-Z) and the Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics. In parallel to the AIVC conference the international symposium on "Airtightness of Buildings and Ductworks" took place accompanied by an exhibition of industry developments in this field. The conference papers will be offered soon for download on the AIVC website (http://www.aivc.org/).
Post date: 15 Oct 2009
Type: News