By means of a case study involving a severe case of coupled heat and air flow in buildings, this paper aims to quantify the differences resulting from different methods (ping-pong and onion approach) for linking heat and air flow models. The main conclusion is that when used improperly, the onion method will have implications in terms of computing resources, but - more seriously - the ping-pong method may generate substantial errors.
|Title of host publication||Proc. 16th Conf. Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research|
|Place of Publication||Palm Spring|
|Publisher||Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC )|
|Publication status||Published - 1995|
|Event||conference; Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research - |
Duration: 1 Jan 1995 → …
|Conference||conference; Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research|
|Period||1/01/95 → …|
|Other||Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research|
Hensen, J. L. M. (1995). Modelling coupled heat and airflow: ping-pong vs onions. In Proc. 16th Conf. Implementing the Results of Ventilation Research (pp. 253-262). Air Infiltration and Ventilation Centre (AIVC ).