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WS24: IEQ guidelines database updates – Can existing IEQ guidelines be used for building performance assessment and continuous monitoring?
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Session Chair: Ulla Haverinen-Shaughnessy Session Chair: Linda Hägerhed
The open database (www.ieqguidelines.org) is growing and it currently includes at least partial information from over 30 countries. We have presented the database in Indoor Air 2018 and held a symposium in the ISES-ISIAQ 2019 joint conference, where the focus was on differences between countries in terms of existing guidelines. We also organized workshops in Healthy Buildings 2021 conferences in Oslo and Hawaii, with focus on different stakeholders' perspectives, and microbiological guidelines, respectively. In Indoor Air 2022 we plan organize a workshop, where we focus on building performance assessment and continuous monitoring. To what extent can different guidelines be used for building performance assessment? Can the existing guidelines, which are largely based on short time measurement of IEQ indicators, be applied when interpreting results from continuous monitoring?
AIMS AND SCOPE
The workshop aims to develop a better consensus on the applicability of the existing guidelines on building performance assessment, as well as interpretation of continuous monitoring results.
The session will consist of short presentations and panel discussion (90 mins total).
ISIAQ SCT 34: IEQ Guidelines database updates
Linda Hägerhed University of Borås, Sweden
IEQ guidelines and building performance assessment
David Hemming CETEC Foray Limited, United Kingdom
Current trends in IEQ monitoring
Lars Gunnarsen Aalborg University, Denmark
Ulla Haverinen-Shaughnessy University of Oulu, Finland & University of Tulsa, USA
IEQ guidelines database updates - Can existing IEQ guidelines be used for building performance assessment and continuous monitoring?
Chair(s): Ulla Haverinen-Shaughnessy (The University of Oulu, Finland & The University of Tulsa, USA), Linda Hägerhed (The University of Borås, Sweden)
Presenter(s): Ulla Haverinen-Shaughnessy (The University of Oulu, Finland & The University of Tulsa, USA), Linda Hägerhed (The University of Borås, Sweden), David Hemming (CETEC Foray Limited, United Kingdom)