NRC indoor environment research facility

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Conference16th AIVC Annual Conference on Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research: 19 September 1995, Palm Springs, CA., U.S.A.
Pages209220; # of pages: 12
AbstractThis paper describes the new indoor environment research facility recently constructed at the Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council Canada. This facility allows full-scale testing and physical modelling of office space lighting, thermal comfort, indoor air quality, airflow and contaminant-flow patterns, ventilation, acoustical characteristics, and occupants' reactions to these parameters. The facility consists of a test room, approximately, 12 m by 7 m by 2.74 m high, with adjustable interior partitions. The test area can range in size from a single large open area, to four identical single-office sized test rooms.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number39308
NPARC number20375180
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