ENERGY USED FOR VENTILATION AS A CONSEQUENCE OF THE SELECTION OF BUILDING MATERIALS

Pawel Wargocki, Henrik Knudsen & Pawel Wargocki
The main objective of the research project described in this paper was to study the potential for reducing energy used for ventilating buildings by using low-polluting building materials, without compromising the indoor air quality. To quantify this potential, the exposure-response relationships, i.e. the relationships between ventilation rate and perceived indoor air quality, were established for rooms furnished with different categories of polluting materials and the simulations of energy used for ventilation were carried out. The...
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