HVAC systems in multi-unit high rise residential buildings: NH18-1/427-1991E-PDF

final report.

“Prior to this study there was a sense that current heating ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems for high-rise multi-family buildings were often failing to perform satisfactorily. In order to identify the problem areas, and the extent to which such problems might exist, the Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation commissioned this current work"--Abstract.

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Department/Agency Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.
Title HVAC systems in multi-unit high rise residential buildings
Subtitle final report.
Series Title Research report
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note "March 1991." "This study was conducted by Leslie Jones & Associates Inc. for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation under Part IX of the National Housing Act." Digitized edition from print [produced by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation].
Date 1991.
Number of Pages 1 vol. (unnumbered).
Catalogue Number
  • NH18-1/427-1991E-PDF
Subject Terms Heating, Air conditioning, Housing