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Experimental research of temperature distribution in spaces

Originální název

Experimental research of temperature distribution in spaces

Anglický název

Experimental research of temperature distribution in spaces

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en

Originální abstrakt

This paper deals with comparsion of ways to reach the spatial temperature distribution inside the living and working spaces and spaces for industrial or technological use, like a drying and conditioning chambers and sterilizers etc. Temperature fields are measuring in space by thermocouples and the surface is observe by means of infrared camera, at room model and in real spaces. In each of this spaces we require a different temperature distribution. In living rooms is tendency to attain a thermal comfort. This temperature distribution is attain practically by floor heating. The another posibility is using classic heating combined with ceiling ventilation system of air mixing. This system blocks cumulation of warm air near the ceiling and it helps to suitably spread out the temperature fields. On the other hand, technological spaces, like an sterilizers and drying chambers, mostly need homogenous spatial of temperatures. The aim is examine the same terms in a whole space of technological arrangement. The range of working temperatures inside the technological spaces is frequently different than inside the common rooms.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper deals with comparsion of ways to reach the spatial temperature distribution inside the living and working spaces and spaces for industrial or technological use, like a drying and conditioning chambers and sterilizers etc. Temperature fields are measuring in space by thermocouples and the surface is observe by means of infrared camera, at room model and in real spaces. In each of this spaces we require a different temperature distribution. In living rooms is tendency to attain a thermal comfort. This temperature distribution is attain practically by floor heating. The another posibility is using classic heating combined with ceiling ventilation system of air mixing. This system blocks cumulation of warm air near the ceiling and it helps to suitably spread out the temperature fields. On the other hand, technological spaces, like an sterilizers and drying chambers, mostly need homogenous spatial of temperatures. The aim is examine the same terms in a whole space of technological arrangement. The range of working temperatures inside the technological spaces is frequently different than inside the common rooms.

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@inproceedings{BUT20952,
  author="David {Novák} and Milan {Pavelek}",
  title="Experimental research of temperature distribution in spaces",
  annote="This paper deals with comparsion of ways to reach the spatial temperature distribution inside the living and working spaces and spaces for industrial or technological use, like a drying and conditioning chambers and sterilizers etc. Temperature fields are measuring in space by thermocouples and the surface is observe by  means of infrared camera, at room model and in real spaces. In each of this spaces we require a different temperature distribution. In living rooms is tendency to attain a thermal comfort. This temperature distribution is attain practically by floor heating. The another posibility is using classic heating combined with ceiling ventilation system of air mixing. This system blocks cumulation of warm air near the ceiling and it helps to suitably spread out the temperature fields. On the other hand, technological spaces, like an sterilizers and drying chambers, mostly need homogenous spatial of temperatures. The aim is examine the same terms in a whole space of technological arrangement. The range of working temperatures inside the technological spaces is frequently different than inside the common rooms.",
  address="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  booktitle="5th International Conference of PhD Students",
  chapter="20952",
  institution="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  year="2005",
  month="august",
  pages="367",
  publisher="University of Miskolc, Hungary",
  type="conference paper"
}