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MĚŘENÍ RYCHLOSTNÍHO POLE VYSTUPUJÍCÍHO Z OFUKOVAČE OSOBNÍHO VOZU

LEŽOVIČ, T. LÍZAL, F. JEDELSKÝ, J. JÍCHA, M.

Originální název

MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY FIELD BEHIND THE AUTOMOTIVE VENT

Český název

MĚŘENÍ RYCHLOSTNÍHO POLE VYSTUPUJÍCÍHO Z OFUKOVAČE OSOBNÍHO VOZU

Anglický název

MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY FIELD BEHIND THE AUTOMOTIVE VENT

Typ

článek ve sborníku

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Passenger comfort in a personal vehicle cabin strongly depends on the appropriate function of the cabin ventilation system. Great attention is therefore paid to the effective functioning of the automotive vents. Various techniques can be employed to evaluate the proper formation of the flow behind the ventilation outlet. Constant Temperature Anemometry (CTA) was used in our case for accurate measurement of the velocity field and consequent assessment of jet boundaries and jet axis. A novel methodology has been developed for the simulation of realistic conditions when using just a single vent under laboratory conditions instead of the complete vehicle ventilation system. A special technique has also been developed for determination of the terminal inclination angles of vent vanes for the particular vent type, which can be completely closed by the adjustable horizontal vanes. A two wire CTA probe was used for measurement of the actual velocity over predefined planes, which were specified according to smoke visualization. Mean velocities and the turbulence intensity were evaluated on the basis of the obtained data and are presented in a form of charts. Both jet boundary and orientation of the jet for a given setup of the vent are important characteristics of particular vent type. Effectiveness of different vents could be compared using our methodology and hence contribute to development of advanced ventilation system.

Český abstrakt

Zlepšení distribuce větracího vzduchu v kabině vozu a větší spokojenost pasažérů s mikroklimatickým komfortem v kabině je hlavní motivací projektu. Předpokladem je, že získaná data budou nápomocná při inovaci použitého ofukovače či poslouží při návrhu nového ofukovače obdobného typu (plně uzavíratelný směrováním lamel). Hlavní snahou projektu bylo vyvinout nové metodiky měření, pomocí kterých by bylo možné měřit zvolené parametry proudu vzduchu vystupujícího z ofukovače. Metodiky musí být univerzálně použitelné, opakovatelné a experimentální zařízení pro jejich aplikaci by mělo být co nejjednodušší. Dalším cílem je metodiky aplikovat na sestaveném experimentálním zařízení.

Anglický abstrakt

Passenger comfort in a personal vehicle cabin strongly depends on the appropriate function of the cabin ventilation system. Great attention is therefore paid to the effective functioning of the automotive vents. Various techniques can be employed to evaluate the proper formation of the flow behind the ventilation outlet. Constant Temperature Anemometry (CTA) was used in our case for accurate measurement of the velocity field and consequent assessment of jet boundaries and jet axis. A novel methodology has been developed for the simulation of realistic conditions when using just a single vent under laboratory conditions instead of the complete vehicle ventilation system. A special technique has also been developed for determination of the terminal inclination angles of vent vanes for the particular vent type, which can be completely closed by the adjustable horizontal vanes. A two wire CTA probe was used for measurement of the actual velocity over predefined planes, which were specified according to smoke visualization. Mean velocities and the turbulence intensity were evaluated on the basis of the obtained data and are presented in a form of charts. Both jet boundary and orientation of the jet for a given setup of the vent are important characteristics of particular vent type. Effectiveness of different vents could be compared using our methodology and hence contribute to development of advanced ventilation system.

Klíčová slova

ofukovač, rychlostní pole, CTA, měření, mikroklimatický komfort, kabina automobilu

Rok RIV

2011

Vydáno

22.11.2011

Nakladatel

EPJ Web of Conferences

Místo

Francie

ISBN

978-80-7372-784-0

Kniha

EPJ Web of Conferences

Strany od

1

Strany do

10

Strany počet

10

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT75196,
  author="Tomáš {Ležovič} and František {Lízal} and Jan {Jedelský} and Miroslav {Jícha}",
  title="MEASUREMENT OF THE VELOCITY FIELD BEHIND THE AUTOMOTIVE VENT",
  annote="Passenger comfort in a personal vehicle cabin strongly depends on the appropriate function of the cabin ventilation system. Great attention is therefore paid to the effective functioning of the automotive vents. Various techniques can be employed to evaluate the proper formation of the flow behind the ventilation outlet. Constant Temperature Anemometry (CTA) was used in our case for accurate measurement of the velocity field and consequent assessment of jet boundaries and jet axis. 
A novel methodology has been developed for the simulation of realistic conditions when using just a single vent under laboratory conditions instead of the complete vehicle ventilation system. A special technique has also been developed for determination of the terminal inclination angles of vent vanes for the particular vent type, which can be completely closed by the adjustable horizontal vanes.
A two wire CTA probe was used for measurement of the actual velocity over predefined planes, which were specified according to smoke visualization. Mean velocities and the turbulence intensity were evaluated on the basis of the obtained data and are presented in a form of charts. Both jet boundary and orientation of the jet for a given setup of the vent are important characteristics of particular vent type. Effectiveness of different vents could be compared using our methodology and hence contribute to development of advanced ventilation system.",
  address="EPJ Web of Conferences",
  booktitle="EPJ Web of Conferences",
  chapter="75196",
  doi="10.1051/epjconf/20122501049",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="EPJ Web of Conferences",
  number="2012",
  year="2011",
  month="november",
  pages="1--10",
  publisher="EPJ Web of Conferences",
  type="conference paper"
}