A Paper of Airflow Measurement Method in Optimizing Minimum Fresh Air

There are many explanation like systems, sensor inaccuracy, fresh air proportion, ventilation system, method, sensor error, temperature, effect, air, instrument, pressure level, intake, airflow, and pitot tube are described in the paper. The paper presents explanation related to ventilation, speed, characteristics, measurement points, measurement, anemometer, accuracy, test method selection, injection, ventilation system characteristics, airflow measurement, wind, and minimum fresh air.

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This paper presents interim results of a research project part funded by the DETR under the Partners In Innovation scheme to investigate measurement methods appropriate for setting minimum fresh air rates in mechanical ventilation systems. A range of potential measurement techniques are outlined together with preliminary advice of which may be most appropriate. This advice will be enhanced in the next phase of the project which is to test the techniques in approximately 15 buildings with different mechanical ventilation system types, sizes and installation configurations.

Also, this paper tells you more things like supply, flow, measurement techniques, system characteristics, potential error, sensor, wind speed, techniques, recirculation, resistance, building, temperature difference, and stack effect.

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