Design Procedure for Hybrid Ventilation

Per Heiselberg, Per Olaf Tjelflaat

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Mechanical and natural ventilation systems have developed separately during many years. The natural next step in this development is development of ventilation concepts that utilises and combines the best features from each system into a new type of ventilation system - Hybrid Ventilation.

Buildings with hybrid ventilation often include other sustainable technologies and an energy optimisation requires an integrated approach in the design of the building and its mechanical systems. Therefore, the hybrid ventilation design procedure differs from the design procedure for conventional HVAC. The first ideas on a design procedure for hybrid ventilation is presented and the different types of design methods, that is needed in different phases of the design process, is discussed.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedAalborg
ForlagDept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg University
Antal sider7
StatusUdgivet - 1999
NavnIndoor Environmental Engineering
Nummer104
Vol/bindR9941
ISSN1395-7953

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Ventilation
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Presented at the First International One Day Forum on Natural and Hybrid Ventilation, HybVent Forum '99, Sidney, Australia, September 1999

PDF for print: 16 pp.

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  • Ventilation
  • Hybrid Ventilation

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Heiselberg, P., & Tjelflaat, P. O. (1999). Design Procedure for Hybrid Ventilation. Aalborg: Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg University. Indoor Environmental Engineering, Nr. 104, Bind. R9941
Heiselberg, Per ; Tjelflaat, Per Olaf. / Design Procedure for Hybrid Ventilation. Aalborg : Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg University, 1999. 7 s. (Indoor Environmental Engineering; Nr. 104, Bind R9941).
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