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Pilot study building

Pilot studies in different countries are used to implement hybrid ventilation systems and demonstrate their performance.

The pilot studies include both retrofitted and new built designs and are highlighting similarities and differences in climatic issues.

The pilot studies concentrate on success stories of hybrid ventilation but are also critically highlighting problematic cases.

The pilot studies often include other sustainable technologies such as daylighting, passive cooling, passive solar gains etc.

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    B&O HQ

    B&O HQ
    Struer, Denmark, 1998, Office


    Contact Person

    Ole Juhl Hendriksen

    Institution: Esbensen Consulting Engineers
    Address1:
    Address2: Vesterbrogade 124B
    City: DK-1620 Copenhagen V
    Country: Denmark
    Phone: +45 33 26 73 05
    Fax: +45 33 26 73 01
    E-mail: o.j.hendriksen@esbensen.dk

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    Fujita Technical Center

    Fujita Technical Center
    Atsugi, Japan, 1999, Office

     

    Contact person

    Tomoyuki Chikamoto

    Institution: Nikken Sekkei Ltd.
    Address1: Environmental Engineering Group
    Address2: 2-1-3 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku
    City: Tokyo 112-8565
    Country: Japan
    Phone: + 81 03 3813 3361
    Fax: + 81 03 3818 8238
    E-mail: chikamoto@nikken.co.jp

     

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    IVEG

    IVEG
    Hoboken, Belgium, 1999, Office

    Contact Person

    Peter Wouters

    Institution: Belgian Building Research Institute

    Address2: Violetstraat 21-23

    City: B-1000 Brussels

    Country: Belgium

    Phone: + 32 2 655 77 11

    Fax: + 32 2 653 0729

    E-mail: peter.wouters@bbri.be

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    Jaer School

    Jaer School
    Oslo, Norway, 1999, Educational


    Contact person

    Peter Schild

    Institution: Norwegian Building Research Institute
    Address1:
    Address2: P.O. Box 123 Blindern
    City: N-0314 Oslo
    Country: Norway
    Phone: + 47 22 96 58 54
    Fax: + 47 22 96 57 25
    E-mail: peter.schild@byggforsk.no

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    Mediå School

    Mediå School
    Grong, Norway, 1997, Educational

    Contact person

    Per Olaf Tjelflaat
    Institution: Norwegian University of Science & Technology
    Address1: Department of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
    Address2: Kolbjørn Hejes v. 1 b
    City: N-7491 Trondheim - NTNU
    Country: Norway
    Phone: +47 73 593 864
    Fax: +47 73 593 859
    E-mail: Per.O.Tjelflaat@kkt.ntnu.no/peola@online.no

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    PROBE

    PROBE
    Limelette, Belgium, 1975/1997, Office

    Contact Person

    Peter Wouters

    Institution: Belgian Building Research Institute
    Address1:
    Address2: Violettestraat 21-23
    City: B-1000 Brussels
    Country: Belgium
    Phone: + 32 2 655 77 11
    Fax: + 32 2 653 0729
    E-mail: peter.wouters@bbri.be

    Publications

    P. Wouters, S. Martin, J. Schietecat, S. Schouwenaars, L. Vandaele; PLEIADE and PROBE, Durable constructions and quality of dwellings (in Dutch).

    S. Schouwenaars; PROBE sets out to improve the quality of the constructed environment

    P. Wouters, L. Vandaele, S. Schouwenaars, J. Demeester; The PROBE
    building : a pragmatic approach for office building renovation;

    J. Demeester, P. Wouters, D. Ducarme; NatVent, Work Package 2:
    Performance of naturally ventilated buildings.

    A better way to work, overcoming
    barriers to natural ventilation.

    Leal. V., Maldonado E. M. and Delmotte C. (1999). The impact of ventilation air flow rates upon energy consumption in buildings.

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    Palazzina I Guzzini

    Palazzina I Guzzini
    Recanati, Italy, 1997, Office


    Contact Person

    Paolo Principi

    Institution: University of Ancona
    Address1: Dept. of Energy
    Address2: via Brecce Bianche
    City: I- 60100 Ancona
    Country: Italy
    Phone: + 39 71 220 4773
    Fax: + 39 71 220 4239
    E-mail: p.principi@popcsi.unian.it
     

    Publications

    Principi, P., Di Perna, C. and Ruffini, E., 1999. Design and Construction of an Automated Apparatus for Measurement of Environmental Parameters.

    Principi, P., Di Perna, C. and Ruffini, E., 1999. Measurements in Situ of Fluid Dynamic Parameters in the Buildings with Natural and Hybrid Ventilation.

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    The Liberty Tower

    The Liberty Tower
    Tokyo, Japan, 1998, Educational


    Contact Person

    Tomoyuki Chikamoto,

    Institution: Nikken Sekkei Ltd.,
    Address1: Environmental Engineering Group
    Address2: 2-1-3 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku
    City: Tokyo 112-8565
    Country: Japan
    Phone: + 81 03 3813 3361
    Fax: + 81 03 3818 8238
    E-mail: chikamoto@nikken.co.jp

    Publications

    Chikamoto, T., Kato, S. and Ikaga, T., 1999. Hybrid Air-Conditioning System at Liberty Tower of Meiji University.

     

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    Tokyo Gas Earth Port

    Tokyo Gas Earth Port
    Yokohama, Japan, 1996, Office


    Contact person

    Tomoyuki Chikamoto

    Institution: Nikken Sekkei Ltd.,
    Address1: Environmental Engineering Group
    Address2: 2-1-3 Koraku, Bunkyo-ku
    City: Tokyo 112-8565
    Country: Japan
    Phone: + 81 03 3813 3361
    Fax: + 81 03 3818 8238
    E-mail: chikamoto@nikken.co.jp

     

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    Tånga School

    Tånga School
    Falkenberg, Sweden, 1968/2000, Educational

    Contact person

    Åke Blomsterberg

    Institution: J&W BAS
    Address1:
    Address2: Slagthuset
    City: S-21120 Malmö
    Country: Sweden
    Phone: + 46 40 108 266
    Fax: + 46 40 108 355
    E-mail: ake.blomsterberg@jw.se
     

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    Waterland School

    Waterland School
    Leidschenveen, The Netherlands, 2000, Educational

    Contact person

    Ad van der Aa, Cauberg-Huygen B.V., The Netherlands

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    Wilkinson

    Wilkinson Building
    Sydney, Australia, 1986, Office


    Contact Person

    David Rowe,
    Institution: University of Sydney
    Address1: Faculty of Architecture
    Address2: Wilkinson Building (GO4)
    City: Sydney, NSW 2006
    Country: Australia
    Phone: +61 2 9351 2490
    Fax: +61 2 9351 3031
    E-mail: david@arch.usyd.edu.au

    Publications

    Rowe, D. and Dinh, C. T., 1999.

    Experience with Occupant Control of Supplementary Cooling in a Naturally
    Ventilated Environment: Some Preliminary Results from Work in Progress.

    Presented at the First International One day Forum on Natural and Hybrid Ventilation, HybVent Forum’99, 09/1999, Sydney, Australia.