EBC Annex 27 Evalutation and Demonstration of Domestic Ventilation Systems

 

Status: Completed (1993-1997 + extension to 2003)

Operating Agent: Mr Lars-Göran Månsson, LGM Consult AB, Adler Salvius Vag 87, S-146 53 Tullinge, Sweden.
Tel: +46 8 778 5006
Email: mailto:lg.mansson[at]lgm-consult.se

 

Summary

During the lifetime of a building the occupation can vary considerably. This results in a varying need for supply air to obtain acceptable indoor air quality and to avoid degradation of the fabric. Emissions from building materials are also time dependent.

Dwellings represent about 25 - 30% of energy use in the OECD countries. Ventilation in dwellings will in the future represent up to 10% of the total energy use.

The objective of this Annex was to:

develop methods for evaluating domestic ventilation systemsvalidate the methods with data obtained from measurementsdemonstrate and evaluate domestic ventilation systems for different climates, building types, and use of the dwelling.

These methods and systems are intended for existing and future domestic buildings that require heating.

The areas of research were:

State of the art with the purpose of giving an overview of frequently used system solutions.Development and valuation of evaluation methods with the purpose of defining parameters, selecting and developing methods for evaluation.Evaluation, demonstration, and application of current and innovative ventilation systems with the purpose of evaluating methods for a set of variables and demonstrating different ventilation systems.

Participants: Canada, France, Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Sweden, UK, USA.

Publications

Technical Synthesis Report: Simplified Tools for Evaluation of Domestic Ventilation Systems
Peter Concannon
UK, published by FaberMaunsell Ltd on behalf of the IEA ECBCS, 2002, 45 pp, ISBN 0-9542670-3-6
Order Printed Copy £25.00 (Order Code: ANN 27 TSR)  Download

Evaluation and Demonstration of Domestic Ventilation Systems - State of the Art
Mansson L-G (ed.)
Sweden, Stockholm, Swedish Council for Building Research, 1995, Report A12:1995, 136 pp
Order Printed Copy £25.00 (Order Code: ANN 27 1995:1)   Download

Simplified Tools Handbook: Evaluation and Demonstration of Domestic Ventilation Systems
Edited by Lars-Goran Mansson
UK, Faber Maunsell Ltd on behalf of the IEA ECBCS Programme, 2002, ISBN 0-9542670-1-X, 136 pp.
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Simplified Tools CD
Contains the handbook and background reports from the Annex 27 research project, together with the computer software tool VENSET.
Order CD £60.00 (Order Code:ANN 27 2002:1)