IAQ - Indoor Air Quality

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SurprisingIn the recent PhD study on “Mould growth in buildings”, carried out at NTNU (Norwegian University of Science and Technology), researcher Jonas Holme at SINTEF Building and Infrastructure has suggested different approaches on how to increase the knowledge of mould growth in buildings, and possible links between mould growth and health effects in humans.
Post date: 13 cze 2012
Type: Aktualności

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Post date: 2 Maj 2012
Type: Termin

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Post date: 30 kwi 2012
Type: Aktualności

Post date: 26 mar 2012
Type: Publication

The Zero Carbon Hub Ventilation and Air Quality (VIAQ) Taskgroup’s interim report is now available. It considers air quality in the context of the projected increase in use of MVHR systems in new-build homes. The report calls for a better evidence base for installed performance of MVHR, a more robust approach to designing and installing systems, and better advice for users. The report also gives special attention to source control of indoor pollutants, which has a relevance regardless of the ventilation system.
Post date: 13 mar 2012
Type: Publication

ISIAQ was founded in 1992 by 109 international scientists and practitioners following the 5th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, Indoor Air '90 (Toronto, 1990). It is an international, independent, multidisciplinary, scientific, non-profit organization whose purpose is to support the creation of healthy, comfortable and productivity-encouraging indoor environments.
Post date: 9 lut 2012
Type: Odnośnik

Studies have shown that about 10 percent of the energy consumed in the U.S. commercial buildings is used to thermally condition ventilation air. In order to improve a building's energy efficiency, the idea is to reduce ventilation rates while maintaining good air quality—or better yet, to do so while improving indoor air quality.To read the complete article, please click here.
Post date: 10 sty 2012
Type: Aktualności

The EPB's Research Areas:HVAC System TechnologiesIndoor Air Quality Ventilation & InfiltrationIndividual & Organizational BehaviorResidential Retrofits & Whole House Energy Solutions ArchivesThe context of the EPB´s work is the recognition that a building is a system composed of interdependent sub-systems that must be calibrated with each other and with the building as a whole to operate effectively.
Post date: 21 lis 2011
Type: Odnośnik