Ensuring optimum ventilation performance is a vital part of building design. Prepared by recognized experts from Europe and the US, and published in association with the International Energy Agency's Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC), this authoritative work provides organized, classified and evaluated information on advances in the key areas of building ventilation, relevant to all building types. Complexities in airflow behaviour, climatic influences, occupancy patterns and pollutant emission characteristics make selecting the most appropriate ventilation strategy especially difficult. Recognizing such complexities, the editors bring together expertise on each key issue. From components to computer tools, this book offers detailed coverage on design, analysis and performance, and is an important and comprehensive publication in this field. Building Ventilation will be an invaluable reference for professionals in the building services industry, architects, researchers (including postgraduate students) studying building service engineering and HVAC, and anyone with a role in energy-efficient building design.... leakage standard excluded leakage throughthe window frame and sash, which the test procedure included. ... Duct leakage among commercial buildingsis profound even after accounting forthefactthat they havea greater surface area than ... about70 timesleakier than the Sheet Metal andAir Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) standard. ... Despite the fact that the test resultson loading doors among UK industrial buildings were satisfactory, Potterand Jonesanbsp;...
|Author||:||Mat Santamouris, Peter Wouters|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2006-06-01|