Analysis and Prediction Techniques

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportForskningpeer review

131 Downloads (Pure)

Resumé

In large enclosures, common ventilation strategies, as complete mixing, require considerable amounts of energy to move and condition enormous amounts of air. The air flow pattern should therefore be well planned and controlled to ensure an acceptable indoor air quality in the occupied zone without the need for excessive air flow rates.
This part of the summary report concentrates on describing methods for designing and analysing ventilation in large enclosures. lt includes application of different mathematical models in the design process for simulation of temperature distribution, air motion and contaminant spread in order to evaluate performance and locate problems.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Udgivelses stedAalborg
ForlagDept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering
Antal sider8
StatusUdgivet - 1996
NavnIndoor Environmental Technology
Nummer64
Vol/bindR9656
ISSN1395-7953

Bibliografisk note

Summary Report at ROOMVENT ' 96 Workshop: Outcome of IEA Annex 26 "Energy Efficient Ventilation of Large Enclosures", Yokohama, Japan, July 1996, pp. 4-11

PDF for print: 15 pp.

Emneord

  • Aircondition
  • Large Enclosures
  • Air Flow Modelling
  • Energy Efficient Ventilation

Citer dette

Heiselberg, P. (1996). Analysis and Prediction Techniques. Aalborg: Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering. Indoor Environmental Technology, Nr. 64, Bind. R9656
Heiselberg, Per. / Analysis and Prediction Techniques. Aalborg : Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, 1996. 8 s. (Indoor Environmental Technology; Nr. 64, Bind R9656).
@book{dc77473f5e3a47b4a46247e99e721a10,
title = "Analysis and Prediction Techniques",
abstract = "In large enclosures, common ventilation strategies, as complete mixing, require considerable amounts of energy to move and condition enormous amounts of air. The air flow pattern should therefore be well planned and controlled to ensure an acceptable indoor air quality in the occupied zone without the need for excessive air flow rates.This part of the summary report concentrates on describing methods for designing and analysing ventilation in large enclosures. lt includes application of different mathematical models in the design process for simulation of temperature distribution, air motion and contaminant spread in order to evaluate performance and locate problems.",
keywords = "Aircondition, Large Enclosures, Air Flow Modelling, Energy Efficient Ventilation, Aircondition, Large Enclosures, Air Flow Modelling, Energy Efficient Ventilation",
author = "Per Heiselberg",
note = "Summary Report at ROOMVENT ' 96 Workshop: Outcome of IEA Annex 26 {"}Energy Efficient Ventilation of Large Enclosures{"}, Yokohama, Japan, July 1996, pp. 4-11 PDF for print: 15 pp.",
year = "1996",
language = "English",
series = "Indoor Environmental Technology",
publisher = "Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering",
number = "64",

}

Heiselberg, P 1996, Analysis and Prediction Techniques. Indoor Environmental Technology, nr. 64, bind R9656, Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg.

Analysis and Prediction Techniques. / Heiselberg, Per.

Aalborg : Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, 1996. 8 s. (Indoor Environmental Technology; Nr. 64, Bind R9656).

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportRapportForskningpeer review

TY - RPRT

T1 - Analysis and Prediction Techniques

AU - Heiselberg, Per

N1 - Summary Report at ROOMVENT ' 96 Workshop: Outcome of IEA Annex 26 "Energy Efficient Ventilation of Large Enclosures", Yokohama, Japan, July 1996, pp. 4-11 PDF for print: 15 pp.

PY - 1996

Y1 - 1996

N2 - In large enclosures, common ventilation strategies, as complete mixing, require considerable amounts of energy to move and condition enormous amounts of air. The air flow pattern should therefore be well planned and controlled to ensure an acceptable indoor air quality in the occupied zone without the need for excessive air flow rates.This part of the summary report concentrates on describing methods for designing and analysing ventilation in large enclosures. lt includes application of different mathematical models in the design process for simulation of temperature distribution, air motion and contaminant spread in order to evaluate performance and locate problems.

AB - In large enclosures, common ventilation strategies, as complete mixing, require considerable amounts of energy to move and condition enormous amounts of air. The air flow pattern should therefore be well planned and controlled to ensure an acceptable indoor air quality in the occupied zone without the need for excessive air flow rates.This part of the summary report concentrates on describing methods for designing and analysing ventilation in large enclosures. lt includes application of different mathematical models in the design process for simulation of temperature distribution, air motion and contaminant spread in order to evaluate performance and locate problems.

KW - Aircondition

KW - Large Enclosures

KW - Air Flow Modelling

KW - Energy Efficient Ventilation

KW - Aircondition

KW - Large Enclosures

KW - Air Flow Modelling

KW - Energy Efficient Ventilation

M3 - Report

T3 - Indoor Environmental Technology

BT - Analysis and Prediction Techniques

PB - Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering

CY - Aalborg

ER -

Heiselberg P. Analysis and Prediction Techniques. Aalborg: Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, 1996. 8 s. (Indoor Environmental Technology; Nr. 64, Bind R9656).