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Indoor Climate Quality Assessment. Evaluation of indoor thermal and indoor air quality

REHVA Guidebook No. 14


Authors: Stefano Paolo Corgnati and Manuel Gameiro da Silva (Editors), Roberta Ansaldi, Ehsan Asadi, José Joaquim Costa, Marco Filippi, Jan Kaczmarczyk, Arsen Krikor Melikov, Bjarne W. Olesen, Zbigniew Popiolek, Pawel Wargocki

Publisher: REHVA (Federation of European Heating and Air-conditioning Associations)

Price: €50

Language: English



This new REHVA Guidebook gives building professionals a useful support in the practical measurements and monitoring of the indoor climate in buildings. It is evident that energy consumption in a building is directly influenced by required and maintained indoor comfort level. Wireless technologies for measurement and monitoring have allowed enlarging significantly number of possible applications, especially in existing buildings. The Guidebook illustrates with several cases the instrumentation for the monitoring and assessment of indoor climate.



Aim of the guide

General introduction

Indoor climate quality effects on productivity

Theoretical background on ICQ

Criteria for indoor climate quality classification

Sensors and measurement equipments

ICQ assessment procedure

Case studies