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Journal of Ventilation
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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 4 March 2015

Paper 1 Procedure for Balancing an Air Distribution System with Decentralised Fans
Paper 2 Airtightness of Ventilation Ductwork in Recently Built Low-Energy and Conventional Houses
Paper 3 Evaluation of Interaction and Blockage Effects for Multi-Fan Units used in Public Transport HVAC Systems
Paper 4  Experimental and Numerical Investigation on Airflow and Climate in a Real Operating Theatre under Effective Use Conditions
Paper 5  Study of Climatic Potential for Natural Ventilation in Buildings for Typical Indian Cities
Paper 6 Effects of Vent Configuration and Span Number on Greenhouse Microclimate under Summer Conditions in Eastern China
Paper 7 Impact of Clothing, Breathing and Body Posture on the Shaping of a Thermal Plume above a Human
Paper 8 Study on Distribution and Deposition of House Dust by Different Ventilation Systems in a Full-scale Residential Room

 


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Published in 1996, this Guide is aimed at providing a simplified approach to ventilation with particular emphasis on its impact on air quality and energy demand. Numerical discussion is kept to a minimum but sufficient guidance and data are given to enable basic calculations. 254 Pages.   Click here for more details

 

    

                                              

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