An experimental study of air flow and temperature distribution in a room with displacement ventilation and a chilled ceiling
Rees, SJ; Haves, P;
Displacement ventilation and chilled ceiling panel systems are potentially more energy efficient than conventional air conditioning systems and are characterized by the presence of vertical temperature gradients and significant radiant asymmetry. The characteristics of ... View more
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