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Air Movement

Air Movement VOLUME 9 NUMBER 6 Here are examples of air movement patterns changes per hour. Ventilation and in three office buildings[l]. Building 1 is a temperature are, almost invariably, top of the 1930s' office with natural ventilation and list of complaints from office users. Both are openable windows. Building 2 is 1984-vintage closely connected with air movement with partial tint in the glazing, openable patterns. Air movement, therefore, is a windows (but discouraged by management) crucial variable. and VAV air conditioning. Building 3 is late 1970s, with a dual air duct system and openable windows. Patterns vary considerably. In building 2, air speeds are below 0.lm/s at the work positions. This is below comfort criteria. In building 3 air Reference speeds are above 0.3m/s which is higher than 1. Wilson, S., O'Sullivan, P., Jones, P. and Hedge, comfort levels. A., Sick Building Syndrome and Environmental Conditions: Case Studies of Nine Buildings, None of the buildings shown achieved the Building Use Studies, 1988. recommended total air supply rate of 4-6 air http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Facilities Emerald Publishing

Air Movement

Facilities , Volume 9 (6): 1 – Jun 1, 1991

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Emerald Publishing
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0263-2772
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10.1108/eb006525
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VOLUME 9 NUMBER 6 Here are examples of air movement patterns changes per hour. Ventilation and in three office buildings[l]. Building 1 is a temperature are, almost invariably, top of the 1930s' office with natural ventilation and list of complaints from office users. Both are openable windows. Building 2 is 1984-vintage closely connected with air movement with partial tint in the glazing, openable patterns. Air movement, therefore, is a windows (but discouraged by management) crucial variable. and VAV air conditioning. Building 3 is late 1970s, with a dual air duct system and openable windows. Patterns vary considerably. In building 2, air speeds are below 0.lm/s at the work positions. This is below comfort criteria. In building 3 air Reference speeds are above 0.3m/s which is higher than 1. Wilson, S., O'Sullivan, P., Jones, P. and Hedge, comfort levels. A., Sick Building Syndrome and Environmental Conditions: Case Studies of Nine Buildings, None of the buildings shown achieved the Building Use Studies, 1988. recommended total air supply rate of 4-6 air

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FacilitiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 1991

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