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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 14 No 2 September 2015

Editorial Ventilation for Healthy Indoor Environment in Various Types of Buildings: Zhiwen Luo and Naiping Gao
Paper 1

Airflow Patterns through Single Hinged and Sliding Doors in Hospital Isolation Rooms: 
Petri Kalliomäki, Pekka Saarinen, Julian W Tang and Hannu Koskela

Paper 2

Experimental and Modelling Investigations of Air Exchange and Infection Transfer due to Hinged-Door Motion in Office and Hospital Settings: 
Abigail Hathway, Ilias Papakonstantis, Adorkor Bruce-Konuah and Wernher Brevis

Paper 3 

Prospects of Improving the Indoor Air Quality in Classrooms by Reactivating Historic Ventilation Stacks: 
Runa T Hellwig, Michael Sedlmeier and Christian Tanzer

Paper 4 

Simulated Influence of Indoor Climate and Ventilation on Schoolwork Performance in Estonian Manor Schools: 
Targo Kalamees, Alan Väli, Urve Kallavus, Lembit Kurik and Üllar Alev

Paper 5:

Carbon Dioxide Concentrations and Humidity Levels Measured in Belgian Standard and Low Energy Dwellings with Common Ventilation Strategies: 
Jelle Laverge, Marc Delghust and Arnold Janssens

Paper 6

Comparison of Single-Sided Ventilation Characteristics between Single-Storey and Multi-Storey Buildings due to Wind Effect: 
Z.T. Ai and C.M. Mak

Paper 7

The Transport of Gaseous Pollutants due to Stack Effect in High-Rise Residential Buildings: 
Wenwen Yang and Naiping Gao

Paper 8 Case Study on Ventilation for Improving the Hygrothermal Behaviour of Emergency Temporary Housing under Japanese Conditions: 
Yoshinori Honma
 


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