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Posts Tagged ‘indoor’

July 24, 2018

Health and well-being in indoor environment!

Our environmental requirements: Health, well-being and indoor environment! Human physiology is not adapted to the climatic conditions in temperate and polar latitudes, although parts of these regions have been populated for several thousands of years. The ideal ambient temperature for a naked person at rest is about 29 °C, a climatic condition found in the […]...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

December 14, 2016

New video: nZEB, indoor climate requirements and developments in Europe!

Watch Jarek Kurnitski talking about nZEB, indoor climate requirements and developments in Europe (direct link to the video) from Swegon Air Academy seminar “Towards nZEB (nearly zero energy buildings) and…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

April 9, 2013

Swegon Air Academy in Saint Petersburg – Part 3: What is the situation with renovation buildings in Slovakia?

In Slovakia until year 2000 they have built 18,386 dwelling houses with total number of flats 747,000 which accommodates 45% of the Slovak population. Until 1950 the residential buildings were…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

December 18, 2012

Swegon Air Academy seminar on building interest in Bordeaux

In the morning of November 23rd the guests assembled for Swegon Air Academy’s seminar in Martillac, just outside of Bordeaux. Arranged at the beautiful 18th-century Chateau de Lantic, situated right…...

AUTHOR: Henrik Paulsson

August 14, 2012

From an indoor air environment perspective: evaluation of low-exergy systems in office buildings!

Healthy Buildings Conference, July 11, 2012, Brisbane, Australia Low exergy heating and cooling systems allow the use of low valued energy, which is (easily) delivered by sustainable energy sources (e.g.…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova