This paper describes the first results of a series of laboratory investigations that is performed to characterise three different window types. The results show the air flow conditions for different ventilation strategies and temperature differences. For one of the windows values of the discharge coefficient are shown for both isothermal and non-isothermal flow conditions and the thermal comfort conditions are evaluated by measurements of velocity and temperature levels in the air flow in the occupied zone.
|Series||Indoor Environmental Engineering|
Presented at the First International One Day Forum on Natural and Hybrid Ventilation, HybVent Forum '99, Sidney, Australia, September 1999
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- Air Flow