Critical Review of Moisture Balance Models for Indoor Humidity

Samuel Glass, Anton TenWolde & Samuel Glass
Moisture balance models for indoor humidity have been developed and used by researchers and practitioners for analysis of humidity levels in existing buildings and for generating realistic interior boundary conditions for building design. These models require as inputs the rates of moisture generation and air exchange, indoor and outdoor temperatures, and outdoor humidity, while handling the effect of moisture storage (moisture buffering) with various levels of complexity. This paper provides a critical review of models...
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