The twin duct variable air volume system

P.G.S. Rutten

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    This paper introduces a new all-air air-conditioning that improves performances of conventional Variable Air Volume (VAY) systems for office buildings in respect of health and comfort (air quality), productivity (personal environmental control), changeability (flexibility and adaptability), manageability (operation and maintenance) and ustainability (energy consumption).
    In particular this Twin Duct System improves indoor air quality under short term and long term time-variable spatial performance requirements as they exist in modern offices. Moreover it allows direct occupant control of thermal comfort and air quality. The design philosophy of this award-winning innovation is discussed together with its testing in a factory laboratory and current experiences with a major project application in Australia. Field data are currenty being gathered and research is ontinuing on the application of the Twin Duct principles in the underfloor in combination with a newly developed desk displacement ventilation system.
    Originele taal-2Engels
    TitelProceedings of the 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, 21-26 July 1996, Nagoya, Japan
    Plaats van productieTokyo
    UitgeverijIndoor Air
    Pagina's307-312
    Aantal pagina's4
    ISBN van geprinte versie4-9900519-1-2
    StatusGepubliceerd - 1996
    EvenementIndoor Air 96, 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate - Nagoya, Japan
    Duur: 21 jul 199626 jul 1996

    Congres

    CongresIndoor Air 96, 7th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate
    LandJapan
    StadNagoya
    Periode21/07/9626/07/96

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