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Publikācija: Indoor Air Quality in Dwelling Buildings after Renovation

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Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Indoor Air Quality in Dwelling Buildings after Renovation
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.1. Būvniecības un transporta inženierzinātnes
Autori Anatolijs Borodiņecs
Žanna Budjko
Atslēgas vārdi ventilation, indoor air quality, humidification, CO2 concentration
Anotācija The paper provides the results of monitoring on the specifics of indoor air quality in Latvian dwelling buildings. It will present the results of the evaluation of the ventilation system’s operation in different working regimes in Latvian climatic conditions. Until the end of 90-ties all dwelling buildings in Latvia were equipped with mandatory natural ventilation systems with stack effect. Installation of regular mechanical “inflow - outflow” ventilation systems in dwelling buildings was limited by such factors as high noise level during operation time, limited buildings’ area and high construction expenses. At the beginning of 2007 the part of Latvian multi-storey apartment buildings which were constructed with natural ventilation systems took 75% of all buildings. The inflow of fresh air acquired through the gaps between window frame and window carcass. The exhaust of air acquired through the vents, which are situated in kitchens and bathrooms. Old multi-storey dwelling buildings in Latvia were mainly built using wooden window frames with low heat insulation quality. It was assumed that such constructive decision would provide sufficient air exchange rate without any mechanical devices. Nowadays the PVC windows have got a great expansion at Latvian market due to their acceptable prices and high heat and noise insulation qualities. At the same time air tight windows require the introduction of mechanical ventilation systems that certainly reduces the positive energy saving effect of improvements of thermal performance of building structures. In the scope of this paper the influence of ventilation on building energy performance was evaluated.
Atsauce Borodiņecs, A., Budjko, Ž. Indoor Air Quality in Dwelling Buildings after Renovation. No: Proceedings of 30th AIVEC Conference "Trends in High Performance Buildings and the Role of Ventilation" and 4th International Symposium on Building and Ductwork Air Tightness (BUILDAIR), Vācija, Berlin, 1.-2. oktobris, 2009. Berlin: GmbH, 2009, 1.-6.lpp.
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