E3S Web Conf.
Volume 356, 2022The 16th ROOMVENT Conference (ROOMVENT 2022)
|Number of page(s)
|Air Distribution and Ventilation Performance
|31 August 2022
Column-Attached Airflow Fields Created by Multi-slot in Single Ring
School of Building Services Science and Engineering, Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology, 710055 Xi'an, China
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Researchers have shown increasing interest in attachment ventilation due to its high ventilation efficiency and good thermal comfort. To meet the ventilation performance and engineering design challenges of Circular Column Attached Ventilation (CCAV) mode due to low ventilation rates, large-diameter cylinders, and installation too high at the top of large spaces. This paper proposes a novel ventilation mode known as Column-attached ventilation with Multi-slot in Single Ring (MCAV). Through measurement of air velocity and computational fluid dynamics simulation, the air distribution characteristics of the MCAV were studied. The findings show that MCAV and CCAV have similar trends of maximum velocity decay in the vertical attachment region. The MCAV has a 10.48% higher average value of dimensionless axial velocity in the horizontal air reservoir region than the CCAV. Besides, the flow pattern envelope surface and the velocity non-uniform coefficient were introduced to verify ventilation performance. The current study helps understand a new air distribution and is used as a reference for Attachment Ventilation design.
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