E3S Web Conf.
Volume 356, 2022The 16th ROOMVENT Conference (ROOMVENT 2022)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Air Distribution and Ventilation Performance|
|Published online||31 August 2022|
Research on the Influence of Ventilation Mode on the Condensation Risk at the Wall Radiant Terminal
Tongji University, China
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The separate control of indoor heat and humidity in radiant air conditioning has more energy-saving advantages than convection air conditioning that use the same cold source to handle heat and humidity loads, which is in line with the international trend of carbon reduction and emission reduction. However, the surface of the radiation terminal is prone to condensation, which poses a health and safety hazard. In order to reduce the risk of condensation at the wall radiant terminal, this paper uses CFD to study the effect of ventilation mode on the risk of condensation at the wall radiant terminal, and evaluates the risk of condensation by using the term of the minimum supercooling condensation temperature. The simulation results show that the thermal boundary layer on the surface of the radiant terminal under different ventilation velocity is different, which affects the minimum supercooling condensation temperature, and makes the condensation risk of the radiant air conditioning system different. When the wind speed of the attached jet is 1.07 m/s, the thickness of the thermal boundary layer is 0.045 m, and the minimum supercooling condensation temperature at the radiation terminal is 1.79 K. By further increasing the wind speed and reducing the thickness of the thermal boundary layer, the minimum supercooling condensation temperature can be further increased to 2.2 K, reducing the risk of condensation.
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