Annual performance analysis of heat emission in radiator and underfloor heating systems in the European reference room

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Annual performance analysis of heat emission in radiator and underfloor heating systems in the European reference room. / Võsa, Karl-Villem; Ferrantelli, Andrea; Kurnitski, Jarek.

Clima 2019 Congress. 2019. 04009 (E3S web of conferences; Vol. 111).

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Võsa, K-V, Ferrantelli, A & Kurnitski, J 2019, Annual performance analysis of heat emission in radiator and underfloor heating systems in the European reference room. in Clima 2019 Congress., 04009, E3S web of conferences, vol. 111, REHVA World Congress, Bucharest, Romania, 26/05/2019. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/201911104009

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Võsa, Karl-Villem ; Ferrantelli, Andrea ; Kurnitski, Jarek. / Annual performance analysis of heat emission in radiator and underfloor heating systems in the European reference room. Clima 2019 Congress. 2019. (E3S web of conferences).

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