Clima 2007. WellBeing Indoors. Proceedings of the 9th REHVA World Congress [CD-ROM + Abstract book].

Date: 1900.01.01


This CD-ROM contains over 460 papers, as well as 5 key-note lectures presented at this Congress, organized by FINVAC, held in Helsinki, Finland. The Congress focused particularly on how to design, build and maintain a healthy and productive indoor environment with low use of energy. Extract from the table of contents: Indoor environment, health and productivity; performance of ventilation systems; filters and air cleaning; criteria for thermal environment; pollutants in the indoor air; residential ventilation; advanced components for ventilation and air conditioning; indoor environment in schools; ventilation for special environments; maintenance and improvement of ventilation systems; human responses to the thermal environment; sources of indoor air pollution. Evaluation and rating of building performance; building components and double skin facades; energy efficient building design; energy performance of buildings and building stock; sustainable energy systems; natural and hybrid ventilation systems. Life cycle services and commissioning; simulation of building systems; demand controlled systems; calculation of energy performance; building automation and information systems; computer based design methods. Heat pumps; air-conditioning systems; refrigeration and cooling systems; energy efficient heating systems; heating and piping systems; low energy cooling.


  • Original title: Clima 2007. WellBeing Indoors. Proceedings of the 9th REHVA World Congress [CD-ROM + Abstract book].
  • Record ID : 2007-2883
  • Languages: English
  • Number of articles: 77
  • Publication: Rehva (federation of european heating, ventilation and air-conditioning associations) - Finland/Finland
  • ISBN: 9789529989836
  • Source: Source: CD-ROM/624 p. (17.5 x 25); fig.; phot.; tabl.; ref.
  • Conference type: Other conference (non-IIR)
  • Notes:

    Clima 2007, Helsinki/Proc. Clima 2007 WellBeing Indoors, Helsinki

  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.


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