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Modelling of temperature fields in heated rooms

Originální název

Modelling of temperature fields in heated rooms

Anglický název

Modelling of temperature fields in heated rooms

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The contribution deals with the research on temperature fields in rooms heated in different ways at heating-up as well as in steady state conditions. The investigations are being carried out by physical modelling with the use of interferometry, numerical modelling as well as measuring real rooms by thermocouples. The results show that interferometric research of two-dimensional temperature fields can be used for modelling in smaller heated rooms, in cars and various air-conditioned boxes. Numerical modelling seems to be more effective and can be used in wider range of application. Any type of modelling has to be verified by measuring in real objects.

Anglický abstrakt

The contribution deals with the research on temperature fields in rooms heated in different ways at heating-up as well as in steady state conditions. The investigations are being carried out by physical modelling with the use of interferometry, numerical modelling as well as measuring real rooms by thermocouples. The results show that interferometric research of two-dimensional temperature fields can be used for modelling in smaller heated rooms, in cars and various air-conditioned boxes. Numerical modelling seems to be more effective and can be used in wider range of application. Any type of modelling has to be verified by measuring in real objects.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17614,
  author="Milan {Pavelek} and Eva {Janotková}",
  title="Modelling of temperature fields in heated rooms",
  annote="The contribution deals with the research on temperature fields in rooms heated in different ways at heating-up as well as in steady state conditions. The investigations are being carried out by physical modelling with the use of interferometry, numerical modelling as well as measuring real rooms by thermocouples. The results show that interferometric research of two-dimensional temperature fields can be used for modelling in smaller heated rooms, in cars and various air-conditioned boxes. Numerical modelling seems to be more effective and can be used in wider range of application. Any type of modelling has to be verified by measuring in real objects.",
  address="RoomVent 2004",
  booktitle="9ht International Conference on Air Distribution in Rooms",
  chapter="17614",
  institution="RoomVent 2004",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="254",
  publisher="RoomVent 2004",
  type="conference paper"
}