The World Conference Roomvent 2014 "Scanvac 13th International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms: New ventilations strategies with base in active and passive technology in building and for comfort in airplanes" organized in São Paulo brought together researchers and postgraduate students from 29 countries to review articles by members of the scientific Committee and other international experts.
The Roomvent Participants had part in the review process of the proposed articles and have been shown in several sessions with long and short presentations.
The most common subject of articles were Environment Health and Productivity Internal (32%), building systems simulation (26%). An almost equal number of presentations researched Ventilation and Energy Efficiency in ventilation (13%), CFD application for building and aircraft (11%), Ventilation Special Environments (10%).
There have been studies that addressed the theme Disease Transmission (7%) and smokes and Movement of Contaminants (1%).
There is excellent search for technological innovations healthy indoor environment for building and aircraft as also of paramount importance to the indoor environment that is not just a health issue of building occupants, but also the productivity and quality of the activities of the occupants during the work. These effects are well summarized in the article found.
In addition to the normal technical sessions.
Scanvac, IPT and FIPT organized three "wokshops" parallel technical sessions on - Pollutants in indoor air: sampling, identification and quantification with coordinating UENF Federal University of North Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro and CIEMAT Madri- Spain; Benigno Sanchez Cabrero - CIEMAT - Madrid-Spain Maria Cristina Canela - UENF - Brazil - REHVA Workshop: Auditing the quality of the internal environment; Manuel Gameira and Clelia M. de Moraes. - Chapter of ASHRAE Chapter Brazil with representative Abrava and ASHRAE / USA. Bjarne Olesen All participants gathered to watch the lectures of President Karel Kabele, vice president Manuel Gameira of REHVA, European Federation of Associations of Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning. The journal's Chief Editor "Building and Environment" Prof. Qingyan Chen Yan, USA and Prof. Yuguo Li ISIAQ representative of the International Society of Internal Air Quality and Climate were also present.
Also was attended by the President of Hwataik Han of air conditioning and refrigeration engineers Society of Korea (SAREK) Professor Roberto Lamberts of the Federal University of Santa Catarina and President Leonilton Tomaz Cleto and B. Olesen representatives of Brazil Chapter.
During the event the Director Fulvio Vittorino presented research on science and technology carried out at the Institute for Technological Research IPT. Professor Clelia Moraes introduced the topic under new ventilation strategies with technology based on active and passive construction and for comfort in aircraft.
Prof. Jurandir Yanagihra gave a lecture about the comfort of airline passengers and presented to the participants of Roomvent Poli cabin simulator the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo, Department of Mechanical Engineering built with support from Embraer.
The event attended by Leônidas Albano, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC, Spain. LA Design & Architecture, Goiânia - GO, Brazil; Luciana Rodrigues Arantes Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - IPT, São Paulo – SP; Brazil, Fernando Stancato, Aerospace Engineer - R&D, São José do Rio Preto - SP, Brazil; Vincent Butala, University of Ljubljana; Slovenia, Ivo Martinac, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, Arsen Melikov; Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; Dirk Muller, RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Elizabeth Mundt, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden; Peter Vilhem Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark and other chairperson.
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The work will serve as a reliable source of information for the new technologies applied to buildings and airplanes.
With the ventilation strategies to reduce energy consumption, passive houses and buildings zero emissions.
Through a comprehensive overview of the concept of addressing internal spaces defined and occupied by individuals with movement and air exchange identifying the main features in comfort, safety and health of human beings as well as energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings. Besides the effects and modeling of physical and chemical phenomena involved in this biological context they were discussed as constructive aspects of buildings and vehicles, systems, and HVAC control and interaction between interior and exterior spaces.
At the end of the closing session, at the next conference Roomvent 2016 it was announced: Lygby, Denmark in 2016.
Team Roomvent Brazil 2014
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Open Ceremony - Roomvent - 19 October 2014
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The Local Organizing Committe, on behalf of SCANVAC (Scandinavian Federation of Heating, Ventilating and Sanitary Engineering Associations), has the pleasure to invite you for ROOMVENT 2014, that will be held in São Paulo, Brazil, in October, 2014. New technologies applied to buildings and airplanes and ventilation strategies aimed at reducing the consumption of energy, passive houses and zero emission buildings.
However, through a comprehensive overview of the concept of addressing indoor spaces defined and occupied by individuals in general in the movement and air exchange have a critical role in comfort, health and safety of human beings, as well as efficiency energy and sustainability of buildings.
Thus, besides the effects and modeling of physical and chemical phenomena involved in this biological context it will be discussed as constructive aspects of buildings and vehicles, their systems and HVAC control and interaction between interior and exterior spaces. The workshop will be presented on the ASHRAE Chapter in Brazil.
The ROOMVENT 2014 Conference will offer scientists and academics, business professionals like consultants, engineers and architects together with policymakers, a platform for the exchange of scientific knowledge and technical solutions. The conference will also provide the opportunity to view the state-of-the-art technologies, to interact with others and to work together for the benefit of the indoor environment and energy performance of buildings and airplanes.
Taking in consideration the importance of the aeronautical Brazilian industry and its wishes to contribute significantly for a better aircraft interior environment, the organization of the ROOMVENT 2014 decided to implement this theme to those usually treated in the conference:
- Indoor Air Quality and Human Comfort;
- Ventilation and Air Conditioning in green buildings;
- Innovative Strategies and components for ventilation and air conditioning;
- Computer based design methods applied to room ventilation;
- Airflow inside buildings and case studies;
- Smoke and Contaminant Movement;
- IAQ in vehicles.
On behalf of the whole Organizing Committee, we warmly invite you to join us in economic development and innovation in research city of São Paulo, Brazil at the time of the tropical climate for the ROOMVENT 2014.
Message from the President
In October 2014, in São Paulo, we will have the opportunity to establish a remarkable meeting for the promotion of actions aimed at improving the quality of the environments of buildings and aircrafts. The 13th SCANVAC International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms organized by Institute for Technology Research (IPT), University of São Paulo (USP), Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and University of the State of North Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro (UENF), on behalf of SCANVAC (Scandinavian Federation of Heating, Ventilating and Sanitary Engineering Associations).
New technologies and ventilation strategies for low energy consumption, passive houses and zero emission buildings. Through a comprehensive view of the concept of indoor environment and addressing enclosed spaces occupied by people in general (housing, commercial buildings and vehicles) in which the movement and air exchange have a critical role in comfort, health and safety of human beings, as well as energy efficiency and sustainability of buildings.
Besides the effects and modeling of physical-chemical-biological phenomenon processes involved, will also be addressed aspects of construction of buildings and vehicles, their systems and HVAC control and interaction between interior and exterior spaces. Also to be presented at the workshop on the ASHRAE Chapter in Brazil.
We will be in São Paulo, a city with large magnitudes for any country in the world. With more than 11,32 million inhabitants, stands out as a city that lives intensely and "doesn't stop." Having more than 150,000 seats for shows and concerts, 124 museums and more than 15,000 theater and cinema seats. A great party! A great opportunity to explore such alternative culture, discovering the city, its architecture and its inhabitants. And to discuss the theme of the Congress: "New strategies for technology-based ventilation in active and passive constructions and aircraft comfort." A moment of reflection on the present and future of buildings and aircrafts.
On behalf of the organizing committee we warmly invite you to join us in the economic development and innovation in research in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, at the moment of the tropical climate for ROOMVENT 2014.
Roomvent 2014 President, Brazil
A1- Thermal Criteria and models
A2 - Contaminant distribution in spaces and ventilation efficiency
A3 - Indoor environment, health and productivity
A4 - Pollutants in the indoor air
A5 - Acoustic comfort and HVAC systems
A6 - Measurement methods
B1 - Natural and hybrid ventilation
B2 - Local and demand controlled ventilation
B3 - Ventilation and energy efficiency in buildings
B4 - Sustainable energy systems
B5 - Maintenance and improvement of ventilation systems
B6 - Life cycle services and commissioning
C1 - Design methods of ventilation and air conditioning
C2 - Room air distribution systems
C3 - Performance of ventilation systems and Control
C4 - Filters and air cleaning
C5 - Simulation of building systems
C6 - Low energy cooling and heating systems
C7 - Building automation and information systems
D1 - CFD Models and methods
D2 - CFD application
D3 - Multizone models and thermal building simulation
E1 - Residential ventilation
E2 - indoor environment in schools
E3 - Air and contaminant flows in hospitals
E4 - Ventilation for special enviroments
E5 - Net zero Energy Buildings
F1 - Ventilation systems in tunnels
F2 - Pressurization systems in stairwells
F3 - Smoke movements in Tall atria
F4 - Natural x Mechanical exhaustion systems in buildings
G1 - Aircraft smoke events
G2 - Disease transmission
G3 - Pressurized Cabins
G4 - VOCs and Ozone contamination
G5 - IEQ in urban trains
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Hazim B. Awbi, University of Reading, United kingdom
William P. Bahnfleth, Pennsylvania State Univeristy - University Park, member ASHRAE, USA
Chivanga Barros, Instituto Superior Politécnico de Tecnologias e Ciências, Angola
Marianna Brodach, ABOK, Moscow Architectural Institute, Russia
Vincent Butala, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Guangyu Cao, VTT, Finland
Qingyan Chen, Purdue University, USA
Carlos Coimbra, Califórnia San Diego-UCSD, USA
Richard, Dear, United Kingdom
Manuel Gameiro da Silva, University of Coimbra, Portugal
Leon R. Glicksman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, USA
Fariborz Haghigat, Concordia University, Canada
Hwataik Han, SAREK (Society of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineers in Korea), Korea
Per Heiselberg, Aalborg Univeristy, Denmark
Jan Hensen, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
Jaap Hogeling, The Dutch Building Services Knowledge Centre, Netherlands
Hiki Hong, SAREK (Society of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineers in Korea), Korea
Karel Kabele, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
Shinsuke Kato, University of Tokyo, Japan
Essam E. Khalil, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt
Kwang-Woo Kim, Seoul National University, South Korea
Hannu Koskela, Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, Finland
Jarek Kurnitski, Tallinna University of Technology, Estonia
Jean LeBrun, JCJ-ATIC, Belgium
Paul F. Linden, Cambridge UK, USA
Zoltan Magyar, University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Ardeshir Mahdavi, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Ivo Martinac, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Arsen Melikov, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Dirk Muller, RWTH Aachen University , Germany
Elizabeth Mundt, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Peter Vilhem Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark
Vojislav Novakovic, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Marco Perino, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Jorma Railio, Finland
Francisco Javier Rey Martinez, Universidad de Valladolid, Spain
Mats Sandberg, KTH-Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden
Chandra Sekhar, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Olli Seppänen, Editor in-chief REHVA Journal, Finland
Stefano Schiavon, UC Berkeley,USA
Shin-ich Tanabe, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan
Maria Gratiela Târlea, Technical University of Civil Engineering, Romania
Kwok Wai Tham, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Marija S. Todorovic, Kyung Hee University, Korea
Macit Toksoy, Eneko Havalandirma ve Isi Ekonomisi, Turkey
Pawel Wargocki, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Katherine E. Wilde, EdifRX - Division of The Clean Air Company Inc., Green Building USA
Peter Wouters, BBRI, Belgium
Zerrin Yilmaz, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
Hiroshi Yoshino, University of Tokyo, Japan
Yinping Zhang, Tsinghua University, China
Clélia Mendonça de Moraes, Eng. Aeronáutica, Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos - USP. Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - IPT, São Paulo, Brazil
Luisa Fernanda Cabeza Fabra (Universitat de Lleida, Spain)
Lidia Rincon Villarreal (Universitat de Lleida, Spain)
NATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
Leônidas Albano, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - UPC, Spain. LA Design & Architecture, Goiânia - GO, Brazil
Cristina Canela, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ, Brazil
Teresa Maria Mendes, Universidade Federal de Roraima, Boa Vista - RR, Brazil
Clélia Mendonça de Moraes, Eng. Aeronáutica, Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos - USP. Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - IPT, São Paulo, Brazil
Ricardo Nicolau Nassar Koury, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - UFMG, Belo Horizonte - MG, Brazil
Gherhardt Ribatski, Eng. Mecânica da Escola de Engenharia de São Carlos - EESC da Universidade de São Paulo - USP, Brazil
Fernando Stancato, Aerospace Engineer - R&D, São José do Rio Preto - SP, Brazil
Fulvio Vittorino, Instituto de Pesquisas Tecnológicas - IPT, São Paulo - SP, Brazil
Jurandir Itizo Yanagihara, Escola Politécnica da Universidade de São Paulo - USP, São Paulo - SP, Brazil
(1) The regular Roomvent participant registration fee includes: Access to all technical sessions; SCANVAC workshops , ROOMVENT seminars; Not included courses; Congress materials, including Annals; ROOMVENT 2014 Saved in CDrom;
Coffee-breaks; Pencil case, during the congress; Welcoming cocktail
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In IPT is Av. Prof. Almeida Prado, 532 - Butantã, São Paulo - zip code: 05508-901
UENF Univeridade Federal do Norte Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro and CIEMAT Madrid-Espña
Scope of the workshop: In this workshop the focus is devoted to discuss about the detection of VOCs, bacteria and fungi as pollutants in the indoor air from the sampling to the identification and quantification with real examples of real situations;
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Date:21th October, 2014.
Technical exhibition: The workshop will include exhibitions of some equipment used for air sampling.
REHVA WORKSHOP: Indoor Environmental Quality Audits
Confirmed Speakers: Manuel Carlos Gameira da Silva, Stefano Corgnati e Clélia Mendonça de Moraes.
REHVA-Course on Indoor Climate Quality Assessment
• Disseminate knowledge on theoretical foundation and practical training in areas related to indoor climate quality in buildings (thermal comfort & indoor air quality)
• Develop skills that enable learners to define the design conditions of indoor environments and to perform its assessment on existing buildings
COMPETÊNCIES TO DEVELOP
At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:
• describe the technical, normative and regulatory aspects related to the various areas of analysis of indoor climate quality;
• perform diagnostic quality of the indoor environment and propose improvement measures;
• integrate the knowledge related to Environmental Quality Interior Spaces in professional activities related to design, construction, installation , operation, licensing and maintenance of buildings and systems;
• act as agents for knowledge dissemination related to the discipline, including deep awareness of the need to harmonize the concerns about indoor environmental quality with the need for rational use of energy.
The course will be based on the Guidebook 14 of REHVA entitled Indoor Climate Quality Assessment. In addition to the use of presentation slides by the lecturers, virtual and remote access labs will also be used to allow a better demonstration of lectures. Learners will be invited to play an active role during lectures through the involvement on practical exercises related with the planning of indoor climate quality audits, the collection of data through remote web-access to a running monitoring system, the data reduction and processing and, finally, the elaboration of a report.
LECTURERS: Manuel Gameiro da Silva - Associate Professor with Aggregation at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Scholar of the MIT-Portugal Program. Invited Prof. of the Master Course GBBV - Green Buildings, Batiments Verts - ENTPE, University of Lyon, France. Invited Prof. at the Middle East Technical University - Northern Cyprus Campus.
Performed research on the fields of indoor environmental quality, energy efficiency vehicle testing and combined effect of multiple discomfort stressors in vehicles and in urban environment. Investigator of more than 30 research projects sponsored by government and private organizations. Author and co-author of more than 200 technical publications.
Coordinator of the Research Group in Energy, Environment and Comfort (EEC) of ADAI-LAETA, Portugal. Member of the National Scientific Board of Ordem dos Engenheiros, the Portuguese Association of Engineers. Vice-President of Rehva, Chairman of the Education Committee of Rehva.
ASHRAE Chapter in Brazil WORKSHOP
Technologies for Energy Efficient Buildings and Better Indoor Environmental Quality
Confirmed Holder Lecture Karel Kabele.
President of REHVA Federation of European Heating Ventilation Air-conditioning AssociationsHolder Lecture: Recent progresses in airliner cabin environment research.
Recent progresses in airliner cabin environment research
Confirmed Holder Lecture Qingyan Yan Chen, Ph.d.
Editor-in-Chief, Building and Environment
School of Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University. EUA
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR, China
More than 50% of the world's population now lives in cities. The ventilation of these cities- particularly "mega-cities" with large populations and high concentrations of tall buildings-is fundamental for removing heat and airborne pollutants. For example, in Hong Kong, the wind speed in one monitoring station has reduced by 0.6 m/s per decade since 1968 and 0.35 m/s per decade since 1995. The same decreasing trend is also observed in some other mega-cities. Reduced city ventilation is a major cause of the heat island effect and a determinant of urban air quality. Unlike buildings, studying city ventilation is in general challenged by the horizontal and vertical spatial variability; complex interaction of thermal convection along the building walls and wind flows; and difficulties in large-scale field measurement. Detailed simulations at the city level are difficult because the data collected is usually local. Existing wind engineering studies have focused on one building or a building cluster, and urban air pollution and heat island research have also been local, at the scale of the urban street canyon, while meteorological studies have mostly considered urban buildings as roughness elements.
We have applied field measurement, small-scale tests, computational methods and theoretical analyses for city ventilation with Hong Kong as an example. Here we first describe our recent effort in extending the concepts of building ventilation to city ventilation, such as ventilation rate and ventilation effectiveness. We shall describe the major driving forces of city ventilation, strategies for improving city ventilation, as well as how city ventilation impacts on urban heat island and air pollution.
Luciana Arantes Rodrigues / Fulvio Vittorino / Clélia Mendonça de Moraes
IPT is an Institute related to Science, Technology and Economic Development Secretary of the state of São Paulo and for more than a hundred years it has been collaborating to the development process of the country, having important participation not only in critic times of our history, also in the industrialization process.
Attending to public sectors necessities that seek to increase the competitiveness along the companies and to provide quality of life.In our website, you will be able to access IPT's timeline and know more details of our journey. Considering one of the biggest research institutes in Brazil, IPT count on suitable laboratories and a team of researchers and highly capable technicians, acting basically in four great areas - innovation, research and development; technological services; development and metrological support and information and education in technology.
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