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Passive ventilation in multi-storey buildings - a dimensionless design approach
If you have a question about this talk, please contact ROBERTA TRUPIANO.
Sandwiches provided at 13:00, seminar begins 13:15.
Passive stack ventilation is one of a number of energy saving features commonly incorporated into modern sustainable building designs. The design of large, multi-compartment buildings poses a particular challenge for passive ventilation design due to the interaction between heat and air flows through different building zones. Using a simple mathematical model, we determine a number of rules of thumb for preliminary ventilation design in multi-storey buildings. In particular we highlight how a dimensionless analysis may be used to balance key design parameters and provide an intuitive understanding of the behaviour of these ventilation flows.
This talk is part of the Fluid Mechanics (CUED) series.
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