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The International Journal of Ventilation  
The International Journal of Ventilation  is devoted  to the ventilation of occupied buildings and other enclosed spaces. Inaugurated in June 2002 it has rapidly become established and has attracted subscribers from major institutions, companies and universities in over 40 countries.

IJV Contents Volume 13 No 2 September 2014

Editorial Editorial - Energy Conservation Technologies for Mitigation and Adaptation in the Built Environment - The Role of Ventilation Strategies and Smart Materials: Mat Santamouris
Paper 1 Overview of the UK Residential Ventilation Market and Initiatives to Improve the Quality of the Installed Systems: Gilbert A
Paper 2 Investigating Instantaneous Wind-Driven Infiltration Rates using the CO2 Concentration Decay Method: Kraniotis D, Aurlien T and Thiis TK
Paper 3  The Airtightness Quality Management Approach in France - Assessment after more than Five Years of Operation: Charrier S, Ponthieux J and Huet A
Paper 4 

National Survey on Ventilation Systems and the Health of Occupants in Japanese Homes: Hasegawa K and Yoshino H

Paper 5: Time-Averaged Single Sided Ventilation Rates and Thermal Environment in Cooling Mode for a Low Energy Retrofit Envelope System: O'Sullivan PD and Kolokotroni M
Paper 6 A Naturally Ventilated Efficient Residential Building under the Impact of Climate Change: Psomas T, Holzer P and Santamouris M
Paper 7 Ventilative Cooling of Residential Buildings - Strategies, Measurement Results and Lessons Learned from Three Active Houses in Austria, Germany and Denmark: Foldbjerg P, Asmussen T and Holzer P
Paper 8 Potential of Night Ventilative Cooling Strategies in Office Buildings in Spain - A Comfort Analysis: Irulegi O, Ruiz-Pardo Á, Serra A and Salmerón JM

 


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