The purpose of this paper is to present the ventilation design concept, the model experiment · results and the final measured values from the Danish Pavilion project. The reason for presenting these values is that the Danish Pavilion's indoor air climate was excellent and the architecture outstanding, despite the facts that the indoor pollution load was high (smoking, perfumes, tightly packed people) and the ventilation system was cheap and simple. It is suggested that the combination of higher air temperatures and higher air velocities, "summer breeze design", as used in the Danish Pavilion, may be applicable and cost effective in other building projects.
|Place of Publication||Aalborg|
|Publisher||Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg University|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 1993|
|Series||Indoor Environmental Technology|
Bibliographical notePresented at Indoor Air '93 The 6th International Confernce on Indoor Air and Climate, Helsinki, Finland, July 1993.
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- Room Air Distribution
- Model Experiments
Fox, F. G., & Nielsen, P. V. (1993). Model Experiments in 1990 and On-Site Validation in 1992 of the Air Movement in the Danish Pavilion in Seville. Dept. of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Aalborg University. Indoor Environmental Technology, No. 32, Vol.. R9335