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Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.

Started this discussion. Last reply by William H Nickerson yesterday. 2 Replies

Hello my first post, I'm wondering if there is anyone about who could advise on the calculations involved in determining flow networks for natural ventilation. I'm studying a distance learning…Continue

 

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William H Nickerson replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"https://www.linkedin.com/groups/6942179/6942179-6030115404729307139           'm not sure this is what your exactly looking for Daniel but it should direct you to the right area. I asked…"
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Sean Lintow Sr replied to Daniel James Grundy's discussion Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.
"Pascals for stack has been discussed to death here Wind is pretty easy to find & if need be I would recommend googleing Bernoulli's principle on wind Unfortunately just looking at the diagram without some context it is hard to know…"
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Stack/wind pressure and flow networks.

Hello my first post, I'm wondering if there is anyone about who could advise on the calculations involved in determining flow networks for natural ventilation. I'm studying a distance learning masters in sustainable design and there is something for this assignment I'm just not getting. I've been through A Guide to Energy Efficient Ventilation, Martin W Liddament – AVICAir Infiltration Calculation Techniques - An Applications Guide, Martin W. Liddament – AVIC2009 ASHRAE® Handbook…See More
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Student doing a masters in building services with sustainable energy.
Looking to move from the marine industry as a systems and automation engineer to the Sustainable building market.

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