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Ventilation technologies in urban areas

Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (Conference) (19th 1998 Oslo)

Ventilation technologies in urban areas

discussion papers and additional presentations of the 19th AIVC conference, Oslo, Norway, September 1998.

by Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (Conference) (19th 1998 Oslo)

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Published by AIVC in Coventry .
Written in English


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Cover: described as supplement to the proceedings.

ContributionsAir Infiltration and Ventilation Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v (various pagings) ;
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Open LibraryOL18877917M
ISBN 10190217707X

Urban Land Institute. What’s Next? Real Estate in the New Economy. Washington, D.C.: Urban Land Institute, International Standard Book Number: ULI Order #W22 Cover photo: Terry Vine/Stone/ Getty Images. layout In all fairly dense built environments, favourable topographic localisation, street orientation, building volumes and vegetation can all be designed so as to improve local microclimates, in particular to create cooling effects, maximise urban ventilation and reduce the urban heat island effect. ng surroundsFile Size: KB.

climate areas. The publication is also meant to be used as a reference and tool for trainers and growers as well as other actors in the greenhouse vegetables value chain in this region. IE/1/ ISBN 9 FAO PLANT PRODUCTION AND PROTECTION PAPER Good Agricultural Practices for greenhouse vegetable crops. " Efficacy of occupancy-based smart ventilation control strategies in energy-efficient homes in the United States." Building and Environment () - LBNL

The urban structure substantially affects a building's access to sunlight and ventilation, defining its capability to exploit passively the heat produced by solar radiation on vertical surfaces, the natural daylight and ventilation of inner spaces, as well as the Author: Ilaria Giovagnorio, Giovanni M. Chiri. populated urban areas, conduit banks involving more than three primary conduits will normally require concrete encasement. C. Severe exposure to “dig-ins” and other hazards may require concrete encasement of conduit lines. D. For any rail road crossings, single wall or co-extruded cellular core wall PVC Sched UL conduit is.


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The topics include indoor natural ventilation, pedestrian wind environment, pollutant dispersion, urban heat island phenomena, urban ventilation, indoor/outdoor thermal comfort, and experimental/numerical techniques to analyze those issues.

Winds have a great influence on the outdoor environment, especially in urban areas. Mobile monitoring and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling are complementary methods to examine spatio-temporal variations of air pollutant concentrations at high resolutions in urban areas.

We measured nitrogen oxides (NOx), black carbon (BC), particle-bound polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (pPAH), and particle number (PN) concentrations in a central business Cited by:. Ventilation is necessary in buildings to remove ‘stale’ air and replace it with ‘fresh’ air: Reducing the accumulation of moisture, odours, bacteria, dust, carbon dioxide, smoke and other contaminants that can build up during occupied periods.

Very broadly, ventilation in buildings can be classified as ‘natural’ or ‘mechanical’.For urban living environments we design buildings by Lageplan interweaving grey and green spaces that connect the quarter to the surrounding city as a new urban module.

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