Hendriksen O J, Madsen C E, Heiselberg P, Svidt K
Bibliographic info:
Denmark, Aalborg University, Dept of Building Technology and Structural Engineering, Indoor Environmental Technology Paper No. 63, presented at the 4th European Conference on Solar Energy in Architecture and Urban Planning, Berlin, Germany, March 1996

In recent years large glazed spaces has found increased use both in connection with renovation of buildings and as part of new buildings. One of the objectives is to add an architectural element, which combines indoor- and outdoor climate. In order to obtain a satisfying indoor climate it is crucial at the design stage to be able to predict the performance regarding thermal comfort and energy consumption. This paper focus on the practical implementation of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and the relation to other simulation tools regarding indoor climate.