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16.05.2016 Night purging is a critical component to enhancethe performance of any naturally ventilated building, which is used during the summer time.
12.05.2016 This study clearly shows that pupils in rooms with mechanical ventilation have more symptoms (headaches, fatigue, concentration problems etc.) compared to pupils in rooms with natural ventilation.
09.05.2016 This study concludes that occupants of naturally ventilated office buildings are significantly more satisfied with their thermal environment and perception of control than occupants in air-conditioned buildings.
06.05.2016 The driving forces in natural ventilation are thermal buoyancy and wind pressure on buildings. The design of the building, the form of window openings and location have a significant impact on the quality of the indoor climate.
02.05.2016 Several studies have been looking at the productivity gains, SBS symptoms and the health impact from natural and mixed mode ventilation.
25.04.2016 A study in 2009 by J. Toftum compared occupant perceptions, symtoms prevalence, and perceived control opportunities in Danish office buldings with natural and mechanical ventilation.
19.04.2016 Eight studies have showen that natural ventilation and mixed-mode systems can pay for themselves in less than 1 year.
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