Dick J.B.
Bibliographic info:
J. Inst. Heat. Vent. Eng. vol 18 p. 123-124

The fundamentals of natural ventilation are discussed with particular reference to the ventilation of houses. The laws of flow are presented and typical values are suggested for the acting pressures and the size of openings through which flow canoccur. As an example of the application of the laws, the effect of wind and temperature difference on the ventilation of an exposed house is discussed, and the theoretical treatment is illustrated by experimental results.