Publication detail

CFD modelling of a reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) and comparison with tracer gas measurements

KREJČÍ, V. JÍCHA, M.

Original Title

CFD modelling of a reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) and comparison with tracer gas measurements

English Title

CFD modelling of a reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) and comparison with tracer gas measurements

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper focuses on CFD modelling associated with reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) that is known as the Aaberg exhaust hood. As the hood makes use of air supply, creating a radial jet, investigation of mutual interaction of the jet with obstacles is the main scope of the paper presented. A number of CFD simulations have been performed showing effects of the obstacle size, distance, and the angle that longitudinal axis of the hood and normal of the obstacle surface form together on flow pattern in front of the hood, considering a welding workbench as the obstacle.

English abstract

This paper focuses on CFD modelling associated with reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) that is known as the Aaberg exhaust hood. As the hood makes use of air supply, creating a radial jet, investigation of mutual interaction of the jet with obstacles is the main scope of the paper presented. A number of CFD simulations have been performed showing effects of the obstacle size, distance, and the angle that longitudinal axis of the hood and normal of the obstacle surface form together on flow pattern in front of the hood, considering a welding workbench as the obstacle.

Keywords

CFD, industrial ventilation, local ventilation, REEXS

Released

08.09.2002

Location

Copenhagen, Denmark

ISBN

87-989117-0-8

Book

8th International Conference on Air DIstribution in Rooms

Pages from

673

Pages to

676

Pages count

4

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT12475,
  author="Vladimír {Krejčí} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="CFD modelling of a reinforced exhaust system (REEXS) and comparison with tracer gas measurements",
  annote="This paper focuses on CFD modelling associated
with reinforced exhaust system (REEXS)
that is known as the Aaberg exhaust hood. As
the hood makes use of air supply, creating a radial
jet, investigation of mutual interaction of
the jet with obstacles is the main scope of the
paper presented. A number of CFD simulations
have been performed showing effects of the
obstacle size, distance, and the angle that longitudinal
axis of the hood and normal of the
obstacle surface form together on flow pattern
in front of the hood, considering a welding
workbench as the obstacle.",
  booktitle="8th International Conference on Air DIstribution in Rooms",
  chapter="12475",
  year="2002",
  month="september",
  pages="673",
  type="conference paper"
}