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Journal of Ventilation
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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 12 No 4 March 2014

Paper 0 Editorial - Building and Ductwork Airtightness: Andrew K Persily
Paper 1 The Changing Requirements of Airtightness in the US for Commercial Buildings - the Airtightness of Mid and High-rise Non-residential Buildings:Anis W
Paper 2

Leakage Reductions for Large Building Air Sealing:Bohac D, Hewett M, Fitzgerald J, Novacheck J and Lutz A

Paper 3 Airtightness in New and Retrofitted U.S. Army Buildings:Zhivov A, Herron D, Durston JL, Heron M and Lea G
Paper 4  Analysis of U.S. Commercial Building Envelope Air Leakage Database to Support Sustainable Building Design: Emmerich SJ and Persily AK
Paper 5 

Recent Applications of Aerosol Sealing in Buildings: Harrington C and Modera M

Paper 6

Estimates of Uncertainty in Multi-Zone Air Leakage Measurements:Hult EL and Sherman MH

Paper 7 Consideration of Envelope Airtightness in Modelling Commercial Building Energy Consumption:Ng LC, Persily AK and Emmerich SJ
Paper 8

Airtightness Assessment of Single Family Houses in Belgium:Laverge J Delghust M, Van Den Bossche N and Janssens A

Paper 9 Airtightness of Buildings in Poland:Górzenski R, Szymanski M, Górka A and Mróz T

 


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