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Prospective future introduction of reduction of energy use in buildings in the Arctic regions – How might it affect the indoor climate?

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  • Existing Residential Buildings In Arctic Greenland Often Have Problems With Draughts
  • Uncomfortably Low Temperatures Indoors
  • And Inadequate Ventilation
  • The Standard Wooden House 18D Provides Low Thermal Comfort And Poor Indoor Air Quality And Has High
  • On The Other Hand
  • The New Low-Energy House In Sisimiut
  • Greenland
  • Provides Good Indoor Air
  • Thermal Quality And Reduced Energy Consumption
  • Using Measurement Data From Both Buildings
  • This Paper Discusses The Impact Of Various Issues
  • Such As Low Indoor Relative Humidity
  • Temperature Variations
  • And High Indoor Humidity Production
  • The Use Of Buildings In The Extreme Arctic Climate With High Density Of Inhabitants
  • Problems With Air Leakages And Overheating Creating By Solar Radiation And Heating System
  • And Other Issues Affecting Health Of Inhabitants
  • Looking At These Issues Leads To Interesting Findings In Terms Of The Relationship Between Reducing
  • Which Result From The Need For Sufficient Airflow And Sufficient Relative Humidity Levels In Buildin

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Prospective future introduction of reduction of energy use in buildings in the Arctic regions – How might it affect the indoor climate? - DTU Orbit (03/06/14) Prospective future introduction of reduction of energy use in buildings in the Arctic regions – How might it affect the indoor climate? - DTU Orbit (03/06/14) Vladyková P, Bjarløv SP. 2012. Prospective future introduction of reduction of energy use in buildings in the Arctic regions – How might it affect the indoor climate?. Abstract from 10th International Conference on Healthy Buildings, Brisbane, Australia.

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