RESEARCH ON THERMAL CONDITIONS IN VENTILATED LARGE SPACE BUILDING

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VOLUME 11 , ISSUE 4 (December 2018) > List of articles

RESEARCH ON THERMAL CONDITIONS IN VENTILATED LARGE SPACE BUILDING

Agnieszka PALMOWSKA * / Gabriel MICZKA

Keywords : CFD, Large space building, Thermal conditions, Thermovision, Ventilation

Citation Information : Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment. Volume 11, Issue 4, Pages 169-178, DOI: https://doi.org/10.21307/ACEE-2018-063

License : (BY-NC-ND-4.0)

Received Date : 24-May-2018 / Accepted: 08-October-2018 / Published Online: 08-February-2019

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Figure 1.

The numerical model of the tested facility (isometric view)

Figure 2.

The numerical model of the tested facility with marked details: detail A – diffusers; detail B – exhaust; detail C – technical equipment

Figure 3.

Example of a thermogram of a heat source in the tested facility (picture-in-picture)

Figure 4.

Model surfaces for which different temperature was set in boundary conditions and marked global XYZ coordinate system

Figure 5.

A fragment of the cross-section through the discretization grid

Figure 6.

The comparison of air velocity isosurfaces maps in the tested facility in the horizontal plane ZX, Y = 1.5 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 7.

The comparison of air velocity isosurfaces in the tested facility in the horizontal plane ZX, Y = 6.0 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 8.

The comparison of air velocity isosurfaces in the tested facility in the vertical plane XY, Z = 5.0 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 9.

The comparison of air temperature isosurfaces maps in the tested facility in the horizontal plane ZX, Y = 1.5 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 10.

The comparison of air temperature isosurfaces in the tested facility in the horizontal plane ZX, Y = 6.0 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 11.

The comparison of air temperature isosurfaces in the tested facility in the vertical plane XY, Z = 5.0 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 12.

The comparison of air temperature isosurfaces in the tested facility in the vertical plane YZ, X = 10.3 m a) case 1 b) case 2

Figure 13.

The comparison of air temperature isosurfaces in the tested facility in the vertical plane YZ, X = 40.0 m a) case 1 b) case 2

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