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The project is part of the scientific centre on indoor environmental engineering and energy (IVC) at the Technical University of Denmark. The main objective of IVC is to form a basis for integrated design of buildings combining indoor climate, humidity conditions and energy consumption. Aalborg University participates in IVC within the research area "Heat and Mass Transport in Buildings" and contributes with research within transport processes in laminar and turbulent airflows under static as well and dynamic conditions. Special focus is put on the transport processes around a person and personal exposure. Full-scale tests with mixed and displacement ventilation and numerical flow calculations with CFD are performed in a furnished room. Furthermore, the work includes investigation of the significance of the geometry of thermal manikins and numerical models of human beings.
StatusActive
Effective start/end date19/05/2010 → …

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