Low-energy building design: the process and a case study.


These proceedings include the complete collection of all technical and symposium papers (119) presented at the 1999 annual Meeting, in Seattle, Washington, USA. Topics include: water treatment for the year 2000; alternative refrigerants for unitary air conditioners and heat pumps; developments in the design and application of refrigeration control valves; commercial airline air quality standard; advances in thermal and fluid aspects of alternative refrigerants/refrigerant mixtures; using new weather data software products; defrost methods and their impact on product temperature and system energy use; performance of air diffusion systems in terms of thermal comfort; IAQ and energy efficiency. Some of the papers will be abstracted in a future issue of the IIR Bulletin. Also available in a CD-ROM version.


  • Original title: Low-energy building design: the process and a case study.
  • Record ID : 2001-1969
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: Environment
  • Source: ASHRAE Transactions. 1999 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington + CD-ROM.
  • Publication date: 1999
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.


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