|Reference : Decentralized mechanical ventilation with heat recovery|
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|Engineering, computing & technology : Energy|
|Decentralized mechanical ventilation with heat recovery|
|Aparecida Silva, Cleide [ > > ]|
|Gendebien, Samuel [Université de Liège - ULg > Département d'aérospatiale et mécanique > Systèmes énergétiques >]|
|Hannay, Jules [ > > ]|
|Hansen, Nicolas [ > > ]|
|Lebrun, Jean [ > > ]|
|Lengele, Marc [ > > ]|
|Masy, Gabrielle [ > > ]|
|Prieels, Luc [ > > ]|
|Proceedings of the 32nd AIVC Conference|
|32nd AIVC conference and 1st Tightvent conference|
|12-13 October 2011|
|Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) and Thightvent Europe|
|[en] ventilation ; air diffusion ; heat recovery ; simulation ; control|
|[en] A new local ventilation device is designed in such a way to procure ventilation “on demand”
in each room, with a maximum of effectiveness and a minimum of energy waste.
It consists in a parapipedic box to be located in one external wall (for example, just above a
window) and containing two (injection and extraction) fans and a recovery heat exchanger.
The design of the heat exchanger is associated to the selection of the two fans in view of the
best compromise between heat recovery effectiveness and “auxiliary” consumptions.
Great attention is paid to supply and exhaust air openings on both indoor and outdoor sides of
the device, in order to get the highest ventilation effectiveness.
A fair compromise is looked for between air flow control “authority” and “auxiliary”
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