Natural Ventilation for Infection Control in Health Care Settings: Mixed Mode By Mischa Shattuck | 12 Nov, 2009

This presentation covers:
Main Hybrid Ventilation Principles
Ventilation for Temperature Control
Low Energy Cooling Technologies
As well as other important information regarding mixed mode ventilation.

This presentation was given during the 2009 Building Design and Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection Control Course that took place at the Center of Continuing Professional Education at Harvard School of Public Health in August.

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    Summary: This presentation covers:
    Main Hybrid Ventilation Principles
    Ventilation for Temperature Control
    Low Energy Cooling Technologies
    As well as other important information regarding mixed mode ventilation.

    This presentation was given during the 2009 Building Design and Engineering Approaches to Airborne Infection Control Course that took place at the Center of Continuing Professional Education at Harvard School of Public Health in August.

    Source: Building Ecology Research Group

    Publication Date: August 5, 2010

    Language: English

    Keywords: 2009 Course, 2010 Course, Engineering Controls, Harvard Airborne IC Course, hybrid ventilation, mixed mode ventilation