Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

A. Mahdavi, K. Orehounig, M. Schuss, A. Stephanides:
"Indoor Climate In Dwellings With A Humidityresponsive Ventilation Regime";
Keynote Lecture: BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENT 2011 - Visions - Common Practice - Legislation, Bratislava; 2011-10-20; in: "BUILDINGS AND ENVIRONMENT 2011 - Visions - Common Practice - Legislation", R. Rabenseifer (ed.); STU - Nakladateľstvo STU, Bratislava, (2011), 191 - 196.

English abstract:
This paper presents a study of the indoor climatic conditions in a
low-energy residential building in Vienna (Austria) that is equipped with humidity-responsive ventilation. Humidity-responsive ventilation is a type of demand controlled ventilation that reacts to the humidity levels inside the apartment. To evaluate the indoor climatic conditions, temperature, relative humidity and in some apartments CO2 concentration were measured. The measurements took place over a period of nearly five months. The results reveal that the maintained fresh air supply by the ventilation system suffices the indoor humidity control requirements, but is not enough to consistently
avoid unduly high CO2 concentration levels in the indoor air.

German abstract:
see english version

indoor climate, humidity-responsive ventilation controls, lowenergy residential building, CO2 concentrations

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