Posts Tagged ‘constant air volume ventilation (CAV)’

April 18, 2016

New video on comfort and energy in demand controlled ventilation!

A new video recording of a presentation on “Demand controlled ventilation – case study on comfort and energy” by Petra Vladykova Bednarova is available for viewing here (link here). The vidoe is in English language and you can download the presentation in PDF in English language (link here). The presentation was recording during Swegon Air […]...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

January 7, 2015

Commissioning of demand controlled ventilation system!

DCV systems are ventilation systems in which the airflow rate is controlled automatically according to a measured demand at room level. This means that DCV systems must have a feedback…...

AUTHOR: John Woollett

October 9, 2014

Presentation on Demand controlled ventilation: Case study on comfort and energy!

Download an excellent and interesting presentation on DCV system analyses in a case study building in Southern Sweden by Francesco Errico. The purpose of a heating, ventilation and air conditioning…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

July 22, 2014

Conference paper about reference case study!

In Sweden, mostly due to the financial reasons the majority of commercial buildings still have a constant air volume (CAV) system compared to demand controlled ventilation (DCV) system, although the…...

AUTHOR: Petra Vladykova Bednarova

January 14, 2014

Demand controlled ventilation in hotels

The Best Western hotel in Arjang, Sweden, can be considered as one of the buildings that has opened the way to the “Demand Controlled Ventilation” (DCV) technology. Ideally, the hotels…...

AUTHOR: Francesco Errico

January 7, 2014

A hybrid ventilation solution for a multi-functional building

The presented Engelsons office building built in 2009 could be considered as a multi-functional building with the indoor climate conditions controlled by a hybrid ventilation system of air and water.…...

AUTHOR: Francesco Errico

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