Thermal Comfort and Air Distribution in Ventilated Rooms

energy saving considerations

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Abstract

The creation of an acceptable thermal environment at work places in ventilated buildings is a typical fluid mechanics problem which may involve considerable energy consumption. Increased demands on comfort and increasing energy costs focus attention on the solutions and this paper deals with some new prospects.

The establishment of a micro-climate at the work place in industrial buildings in those special cases where the workers are widely spread and engaged at fixed work places is discussed in the beginning, and it is further shown how thermal comfort is created by ventilation systems with minimum energy consumption in the more general situation where all parts of the room are occupied.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternernational Symposium on "Applications of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer To Energy and Enviromental Problems"
Number of pages9
Volume2
Place of PublicationPatras
PublisherUniversity of Patras
Publication dateJun 1981
Pages4-12
Chapter7
Publication statusPublished - Jun 1981
Externally publishedYes

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Thermal comfort
Energy conservation
Energy utilization
Fluid mechanics
Air
Ventilation
Costs
Hot Temperature

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Nielsen, P. V. (1981). Thermal Comfort and Air Distribution in Ventilated Rooms: energy saving considerations. In Internernational Symposium on "Applications of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer To Energy and Enviromental Problems" (Vol. 2, pp. 4-12). Patras: University of Patras.
Nielsen, Peter V. / Thermal Comfort and Air Distribution in Ventilated Rooms : energy saving considerations. Internernational Symposium on "Applications of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer To Energy and Enviromental Problems" . Vol. 2 Patras : University of Patras, 1981. pp. 4-12
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Thermal Comfort and Air Distribution in Ventilated Rooms : energy saving considerations. / Nielsen, Peter V.

Internernational Symposium on "Applications of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer To Energy and Enviromental Problems" . Vol. 2 Patras : University of Patras, 1981. p. 4-12.

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