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Prediction of transient contaminant dispersion and ventilation performance using the concept of accessibility

Yang J., Li X., Zhao B., 2004
computational fluid dynamics | contaminant | ventilation effectiveness | indoor air quality | pollutant
Bibliographic info: Energy and buildings, Vol 36, Issue 3, March 2004, pp 293-299
Languages: English

The method of exposure prediction using the scales of accessibility of supplied air (ASA) and the scales of accessibility of contaminant source (ACS) is presented in this paper. The spreading performance of supplied air and indoor pollutants can be figured out by CFD simulation and then used for the prediction of contaminant dispersion. For the validation of the model, a traver gas measurement was conducted.

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