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Development of Airtightness of Estonian Wooden Buildings
Journal of Sustainable Architecture and Civil Engineering
The field measurements of airtightness in Estonian detached and apartment buildings conducted between2003 – 2017 were combined into a large dataset for further analysis. The buildings were classified basedon building structure, number of storeys, year of construction, energy classification and compactnessfactors. A subset with all wooden buildings (313 in total) was statistically analysed to determine theaverage (median) air leakage rates at 50 Pa and tested (Kruskal-Wallis test with post-hocdoi:10.5755/j01.sace.24.1.23231 fatcat:ri2gfiy7a5espnlmj5xtnhmepu