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Pollutant dispersion in a large indoor space : Part 2 : Computational fluid dynamics predictions and comparison with a scale model experiment for isothermal flow

Finlayson E.U., Gadjil A.J., Thatcher T.L., Sextro R.G., 2004
model | occupant | pollutant
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air 2004, Vol. 14, N° 4, pp 272-283, Fig. 11, Ref. 25
Languages: English

This paper reports on an investigation of the adequacy of CFD for the predicting isothermal pollutant transport in a large indoor space with simple geometry, no furniture and no occupants. Agreement between predictions and experimental measurements was good.


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