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Baseline Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Field Study in Occupied New U.S. Homes: Hot-Humid and Mixed-Humid Climates

This project is part of a national study aimed at characterizing indoor air quality in occupied homes. The homes will be up to current energy codes, and researchers will closely monitor the use and performance of mechanical ventilation systems in those homes. Indoor and outdoor air will be sampled for formaldehyde, nitrogen oxides, carbon dioxide, and particulates as part of the indoor air quality characterization.

Program Information
Funding Organization: 
Department of Energy
Program Area: 
Residential Buildings Integration
Sub-Program: 
Building America
Project Manager: 
Eric Werling
Agreement Type: 
Funding Opportunity
Scope
Funded Performer: 
University of Central Florida
Agreement Total: 
$573,532
Match Total: 
$63,725
Project Start Date: 
August 31, 2017
Project End Date: 
September 29, 2020
Project Details
Ongoing Initiative or Research Project: 
Research Project
Grid, Whole Building, or Technology: 
Technology
Technology Type: 
HVAC
Sub-Technology Type: 
HVAC - Ventilation
Building Type: 
Single Family, Multifamily
New or Existing: 
New
DR Focus?: 
No
Code/Standard Focus?: 
No
Locale
BA Climate Region: 
Hot-Humid, Mixed-Humid
City: 
Orlando
State: 
Florida