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New TRNSYS types to simulate air-to-air energy recovery

Freund, S. and Kummert, M. (2003) New TRNSYS types to simulate air-to-air energy recovery. In: TRNSYS Users day and Training, 2003-03-24 - 2003-03-26.

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Presentation on new TRNSYS types to simulate air-to-air energy recovery. Implementation of energy conservation measures in buildings can extend our use of finite resources while simultaneously reducing our impact on the environment.