Humidity, condensation and ventilation in houses : Proceedings of Building Science Insight '83

TypeArticle
ConferenceHumidity, condensation and ventilation in houses : Proceedings of Building Science Insight '83: 1983-10, St. John's, Halifax, Moncton, etc.
Pages66
Subjectresidential facilities; condensation; ventilation; hygrothermal control; building performance; residential construction; rain penetration; moisture damage; moisture sources in homes; surface and concealed condensation control; ventilation of houses; psychrometric chart; Moisture performance; Ventilation
AbstractDwellings can be designed, built and operated with a proper balance of humidity levels, ventilation, and energy use. Condensation damage is examined, sources of moisture are identified, the building envelope is discussed, and ventilation practices are suggested. Individual papers are separately indexed.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
IdentifierDBR-PR-7
NRC number23293
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NPARC number20331064
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