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Microbiological Aspects of Energy-Efficient HVAC (Ventilation) Systems Houses

BERNARD, J. FRIČ, L. RUBINOVÁ, O. POČINKOVÁ, M. RUBINA, A. JELÍNEK, O.

Original Title

Microbiological Aspects of Energy-Efficient HVAC (Ventilation) Systems Houses

English Title

Microbiological Aspects of Energy-Efficient HVAC (Ventilation) Systems Houses

Type

journal article in Scopus

Language

en

Original Abstract

Currently it is under pressure to reduce the energy consumption of the buildings. The pressure is noticeably reflected in the current way of building designing, in general. Therefore, essential part of these objects become air-conditioning (ventilation) systems, mainly due to possibilities of heat recovery and controlled ventilation. This contribution focuses on ventilation systems, low energy houses, which aims to highlight the issue of purity of these systems on the microbial level. Evaluate the impact of external and internal environment following the condition of HVAC systems in time, in the real objects. The purpose (aim) of this all is to remind that there are other aspects that have to be considered in the design and subsequently, in the use of the systems, such as the impact of the nature of the building use on the purity of air-conditioning systems. It is necessary to point out that the presented ventilation systems have a significant impact on the creation of the internal environment, and equally they can harm, instead to be beneficial.

English abstract

Currently it is under pressure to reduce the energy consumption of the buildings. The pressure is noticeably reflected in the current way of building designing, in general. Therefore, essential part of these objects become air-conditioning (ventilation) systems, mainly due to possibilities of heat recovery and controlled ventilation. This contribution focuses on ventilation systems, low energy houses, which aims to highlight the issue of purity of these systems on the microbial level. Evaluate the impact of external and internal environment following the condition of HVAC systems in time, in the real objects. The purpose (aim) of this all is to remind that there are other aspects that have to be considered in the design and subsequently, in the use of the systems, such as the impact of the nature of the building use on the purity of air-conditioning systems. It is necessary to point out that the presented ventilation systems have a significant impact on the creation of the internal environment, and equally they can harm, instead to be beneficial.

Keywords

Internal Microclimate, Microbiological Analyzes, Microorganisms, Moulds, Germs

RIV year

2014

Released

13.10.2014

Publisher

Trans Tech Publications

Location

Switzerland

ISBN

1022-6680

Periodical

Advanced Materials Research

Year of study

2014

Number

1041

State

CH

Pages from

358

Pages to

361

Pages count

3

URL

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT109796,
  author="Jiří {Bernard} and Lukáš {Frič} and Olga {Rubinová} and Marcela {Počinková} and Aleš {Rubina} and Ondřej {Jelínek}",
  title="Microbiological Aspects of Energy-Efficient HVAC (Ventilation) Systems Houses",
  annote="Currently it is under pressure to reduce the energy consumption of the buildings. The
pressure is noticeably reflected in the current way of building designing, in general. Therefore,
essential part of these objects become air-conditioning (ventilation) systems, mainly due to
possibilities of heat recovery and controlled ventilation. This contribution focuses on ventilation
systems, low energy houses, which aims to highlight the issue of purity of these systems on the
microbial level. Evaluate the impact of external and internal environment following the condition of
HVAC systems in time, in the real objects. The purpose (aim) of this all is to remind that there are
other aspects that have to be considered in the design and subsequently, in the use of the systems,
such as the impact of the nature of the building use on the purity of air-conditioning systems. It is
necessary to point out that the presented ventilation systems have a significant impact on the
creation of the internal environment, and equally they can harm, instead to be beneficial.",
  address="Trans Tech Publications",
  chapter="109796",
  doi="10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.1041.354",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Trans Tech Publications",
  number="1041",
  volume="2014",
  year="2014",
  month="october",
  pages="358--361",
  publisher="Trans Tech Publications",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}