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Impact of controlled ventilation systems on energy consumption in mediterranean school buildings

 

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Author: Fernández-Agüera, Jessica
Domínguez Amarillo, Samuel
Campano, Miguel Ángel
Date: 2012
Published in: Lecture Notes in Information Technology, 13, 327-332.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Current standards for indoor air quality (IAQ) in non-residential buildings demand high air renewal rates with different filtration stages and constant flow. Currently, new school buildings must incorporate mechanical ventilation systems which modify traditional heating installations in order to comply with the requirements for indoor air quality and energy efficiency. This study analyses the technical and energy outcomes involved in a school building when changing from a traditional central heating system with radiators, to an HV system which fulfils the current regulatory framework.
Cite: Fernández-Agüera, J., Domínguez Amarillo, S. y Campano, M.Á. (2012). Impact of controlled ventilation systems on energy consumption in mediterranean school buildings. Lecture Notes in Information Technology, 13, 327-332.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/16257

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