Indoor air quality and control methods for mechanical ventilation systems inside large passive objects

  • 1 Faculty of Environmental and Power Engineering, Cracow University of Technology

Abstract

This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants. This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants. This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants. This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants. This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants.

This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants. This paper summarises the indoor air quality of a sports hall built in the passive standard. The sanitary conditions within the object were measured and analysed to identify whether the standards were met and if the test object was safe for occupants.

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