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Infiltration Pressurization Correlations

David T. Grimsrud

Infiltration Pressurization Correlations

Detailed Measurement on a California House

by David T. Grimsrud

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Published by Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory .
Written in English


Edition Notes

To be presented at the Air Infiltration Symposium, at the Annual Meeti nf of ASHRAE, Philadelphia, Penn., January 30, 1979 and to be publishe d in ASHRAE Transactions 1979, Vol. 85, Part I.

StatementGrimsrud, D. T.
ContributionsSherman, Max H., Diamond, Richard C.
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. $0.00 C.1 $0.00 C.2.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17586674M

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Infiltration Pressurization Correlations by David T. Grimsrud Download PDF EPUB FB2

@article{osti_, title = {Infiltration-pressurization correlation: simplified physical modeling}, author = {Sherman, M H and Grimsrud, D T}, abstractNote = {A model is presented for predicting air infiltration that eliminates many site-specific parameters normally required.

The only information necessary is the geometry and leakage of the structure. The R 2 values of the EnergyPlus (correlations) infiltration rates were on average R 2 = (range − to ). In general, the EnergyPlus (correlations) infiltration rates agree more with the CONTAM rates than the EnergyPlus (original) infiltration rates.

@article{osti_, title = {Infiltration: pressuriztion correlations: detailed measurement on a California Infiltration Pressurization Correlations book, author = {Grimsrud, D T and Sherman, M H and Infiltration Pressurization Correlations book, R C and Condon, P E and Rosenfeld, A H}, abstractNote = {Infiltration studies have been carried out in a typical tract home in the San Francisco Bay area.

Houses in this region as a result of the mild climate are loosely Cited by: 1. Weather Correlations to Calculate Infiltration Rates for U. Commercial Building Energy Models Article (PDF Available) in Building and Environment October with Reads.

The R 2 values of the EnergyPlus (correlations) infiltration rates were on average R 2 = (range − to ). In general, the EnergyPlus (correlations) infiltration rates agree more with the CONTAM rates than the EnergyPlus (original) infiltration by: 7.

Sherman, M.H., Grimsrud, D.T. () "Measurement of infiltration using fan pressurization and weather data, in Proceedings of the First International Energy Agency Symposium of the Air Infiltration Centre, Windsor, England, OctoberLawrence Berkeley Laboratory Report, LBL Air infiltration is always less than 30% of the direct transmis- sion loss, more typically less than 20% and, for reasonably well weatherstripped windows, often less than 10%.

For comparison, at the bottom of the table we list the values which would result from applying the ASHRAE method, i.e., assuming a m/s wind speed at the by: 5.

" An Automated Controlled Flow Air Infiltration Measurement System." Building Air Change Rate and Infiltration Measurements, (Hunt/King/Trechsel Eds.) STP () LBL The most frequently used estimation of the annual air leakage considers the Kronvall-Persily 1,2 method ACH nat ¼ ACH 50 =20 that is used more as a rule of thumb.

3 The other models of. Is COMIS still active. How is it used within EnergyPlus. Can it be used to evaluate building pressurization and stack effect infiltration in multiuse (retail, office, hotel with fixed windows and apts at the top with operable windows) tall and super-tall bldgs (ex.

storey Burj Khalifa and proposed Jeddah Kingdom Tower). Pressurization data in terms of effective leakage area (ELA) was correlated to natural infiltration by the fluid mechanical model developed by the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.

As stated previously, for the purposes of this study use of the LBL model was modified by using data from a single window rather than whole house data.

As far back asa story office building (1) was constructed in Albuquerque that, on clear days with the outside temperature as low as 20° F at noon, received % of its required heating from passive solar energy and building internal heat (lights).

Southern European countries have milder climatic conditions that differ from their colder northern counterparts, which greatly influence indoor ventilation strategies.

The relation between a building’s airtightness and the air change rates remains a topic to be fully tackled in these countries, since natural ventilation is very frequent.

In this work, the ventilation and airtightness of Author: Vitor E. Cardoso, Pedro F. Pereira, Nuno M. Ramos, Ricardo M. Almeida. The ASHRAE Handbook—Fundamentals covers basic principles and data used in the HVAC&R ASHRAE Technical Committees that prepare these chapters provide new information, clarify existing content, delete obsolete materials, and reorganize chapters to make the Handbook more understandable and easier to use.

Fig. 11 Histogram of Infiltration Values for Then-New Construction Fig. 12 Histogram of Infiltration Values for Low-Income Housing Residential Ventilation Zones [ Go to Page ].

Publications Our publications are searchable from this page, including peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, conference proceedings and Berkeley Lab reports. Publications. Infiltration Figure Categories of heating and cooling loads.

Solar. Heat gain due to transmission of solar energy through a transparent building component or absorption by an op~que building component Infiltration. Heat)oss or heat gain due to the infiltration of outside air into a conditioned space Internal.

Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. and do not support correlations of air­ infiltration and outdoor air intake or ventilation.

measured with fan pressurization testing, which provides a numerical value that quantifies the physical airtightness of a building. This article reports on the analysis of. Medical Basis for Future Body Armor Testing. This chapter discusses thoracic ballistic test methodologies, blast injury criteria and blastlike mechanisms, injury scales, potential adverse effects of body armor in blast exposures, possible injury to body organs remote from blunt trauma, and instrumented simulators for research.

Secondary Energy Infobook The public and world governments remained largely indifferent to the possibilities of solar energy until the oil shortages of the s.correlations exist. A commonly used correlation is the Colebrook function given by D D 1 (40) = + 2 log – 2 log 1 + ε εRe f f The use of hydraulic diameter Dh in the above correlations for turbulent flows is quite acceptable since errors up to 5% may be introduced as observed experimentally.A large part of the school building stock in Andalusia lacks ventilation facilities, so that the air renewal of the classrooms is achieved through the building envelope (air infiltration) or the opening of windows.

This research analyses the airtightness of the classrooms in Andalusia and the evolution of CO2 concentration during school hours through in situ monitoring. Pressurization and Cited by: 4.