This paper deals with the ability of Computational Fluid Dynamics to predict downdraught at a plane wall and at a wall with large obstacles. Quite simple boundary conditions were used in this study. Predictions of the main flow characteristics and the velocity levels in the occupied zone showed reasonable results.
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Presented at IEA Annex 26: Energy-Efficient Ventilation of Large Enclosures, Rome, 1995
PDF for print: 16 pp.
- CFD Calculations
- Air Flow
- Vertical Wall