Status: Completed (1993-1997)
Operating Agent: Mr S.J. Irving, Faber Maunsell Ltd, UK
Contact: Mr Nick Barnard, Faber Maunsell Ltd, Marlborough House, Upper Marlborough Road, St Albans, Herts, AL1 3UT, UK
Tel: +44 (020) 87845784
The aim of the project was to provide design tools/guidance on the application of low energy cooling technologies to buildings. The technologies addressed included night cooling (natural and mechanical ventilation), ground cooling (air), ground cooling (water), evaporative cooling (direct and indirect), desiccant and evaporative cooling, slab cooling (air), slab cooling (water), displacement ventilation and chilled ceilings.
The main deliverables were:
A review of low energy cooling technologies - see Publications below:
Tools to assist the design of low energy cooling systems. These include
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Participants: Canada, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States of America.
Technical Synthesis Report: Low Energy Cooling Systems
M W Liddament
UK, Coventry, Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC), 2001, ISBN 1 902177 16 3, 32 pp.
Order Printed Copy £20.00 (Order Code ANN 28 TSR) Download
Low Energy Cooling - Case Study Buildings
Zimmermann M, Andersson J (eds.)
UK, Watford, Building Research Establishment (BRE Ltd), Indoor Environment Division, 1998, c200 pp. Order Printed Copy £34.00 (Order Code: ANN 28 1999:1) Download
Design Tools for Low Energy Cooling: Technology Selection and Early Design Guidance
Edited by Nick Barnard and Denice Jaunzens
UK, BRE Ltd, 2001, ISBN 1-86081-4581-1, 50 pp. Download
Detailed Design Tools for Low Energy Cooling Technologies
UK, BRE Ltd, 2000, 200 pp. Download
Review of Low Energy Cooling Technologies
UK, Watford, Building Research Establishment/Canada, CANMET, 1995, 90 pp Download