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Natural Ventilation Isn’t the Most Efficient Solution in All Cases – ArchDaily

With natural ventilation, it is complicated to have complete control of the ventilation rate in the building, which can lead to problems with indoor air quality

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Ventilation serves two main purposes in a room: first, to remove pollutants and provide clean air; second, to meet the metabolic needs of the occupants, providing pleasant temperatures (weather permitting). It is well known that environments with inadequate ventilation can bring serious harm to the health of the occupants and, especially in hot climates, thermal discomfort. A Harvard University study demonstrated that in buildings…

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