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공동주택에서 거주자의 환기행위를 유발하는 환경인자에 관한 연구

Title
공동주택에서 거주자의 환기행위를 유발하는 환경인자에 관한 연구
Other Titles
Environmental Factors Causing Occupants to Naturally Ventilate in Multi-family Residential Buildings
Author
박준석
Keywords
자연환기; 거주자 특성; 실내공기질; 온열환경; 공동주택; Natural Ventilation; Occupant behaviour; Indoor Air Quality; Thermal environement; Multi-family residential building
Issue Date
2015-04
Publisher
대한건축학회
Citation
대한건축학회 2015년도 춘계학술발표대회논문집, v. 35, NO 1, Page. 269-270
Abstract
The Korean building code requires to meet 0.5 ACH ventilation to improve indoor air quality in residential buildings since 2006, thereafter mechanical ventilation system has come into wide use in most of new constructed residential buildings. The regulation fulfills the primary objective of ventilation which is providing healthy indoor environments but it seems uncertain if occupants are satisfied with the environment. Thus ventilation behaviour-based system design is required to enhance occupants’ satisfaction. To evaluate factors causing occupants to ventilate, this study conducted measurements and surveys targeting residential building occupants. Indoor air temperature, humidity, CO2, particle mass and concentration for indoor environment and air temperature and humidity for outdoor environments were measured from 21st of February to 16th of May 2014 when outdoor temperature changes sharply. Furthermore solar radiation, outdoor humidity, outdoor wind speed and rainfall are acquired from the Korea Meteorological Administration. As a result of logistic regression analysis using the acquired data, outdoor air temperature and indoor CO2 concentration are shown as the most influential factors causing occupants to perform ventilation.
URI
http://www.dbpia.co.kr/Article/NODE06267516http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11754/24183
ISSN
2287-5786
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