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Natural Ventilation in Non-domestic Buildings

Natural Ventilation in Non-domestic Buildings

The need for the Institution to provide professional guidance on the design and application of natural ventilation in buildings was first identified when I was CIBSE President in 1992. The resulting Applications Manual was first published in 1997 with the aim of providing more guidance on energy related topics in order to realise quickly the improvements in energy efficiency which should arise from the application of the guidance presented.

Natural ventilation systems are intended to provide sufficient outside air to achieve appropriate standards of air quality and to provide cooling when needed. Since the cooling capacity of natural ventilation is limited, a key design challenge is to limit heat gains through good solar control and careful management of the internal gains. The section explains how naturally ventilated buildings do not aim to achieve constant environmental conditions, but take advantage of dynamics to provide comfortable, controllable conditions for the occupants

You can also read Handbook of Domestic Ventilation


1 IntroductionNatural Ventilation
1.1 General
1.2 Structure of this publication
2 Developing the design strategy
2.1 Satisfying design requirements
2.2 Selecting a natural ventilation concept
2.3 Driving forces for natural ventilation
2.4 Natural ventilation strategies
3 Ventilation components and system integration
3.1 From strategy to specification
3.2 Ventilation opening types
3.3 Internal obstructions
3.4 Background leakage
3.5 Window stays and automatic actuators
3.6 Control system
3.7 Installation and commissioning
4 Design calculations
4.1 Establishing the required flowrates
4.2 Selecting a ventilation design tool
4.3 Design procedures using envelope flow models
4.4 Input data requirements and selection
4.5 Reservoir effect

Product details

  • Series: CIBSE Applications Manuals
  • Paperback: 64 pages
  • Publisher: Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers; 2nd edition (March 30, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1903287561
  • ISBN-13: 978-1903287569
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

Some ten years on from the time when the initial manual was conceived, the state of knowledge has increased, and experience in the design and operation of naturally ventilated buildings has grown. This revision of AM10 is therefore a timely opportunity to update and enhance the guidance offered to designers and users of naturally ventilated buildings


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