This paper discusses the use of different turbulence models and their advantages in given situations. As an example, it is shown that a simple zero-equation model can be used for the prediction of special situations as flow with a low level of turbulence. A zero-equation model with compensation for room dimensions and velocity level also is discussed.
|Series||Indoor Environmental Engineering|
Reprint from ASHRAE Transactions, Vol. 104, Part 1B, 1998, pp. 1119-1127
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- Turbulence Models
- Prediction of Room Airflow