UFR 4-11 References

From QNET
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Front Page

Description

Test Case Studies

Evaluation

Best Practice Advice

References




Simple room flow

Underlying Flow Regime 4-11               © copyright ERCOFTAC 2004


References

Boyson, H.F., 1993. 'Renormalization group theory based turbulence models and their applications to industrial problems'. IMechE European Conf. on Engineering Applications of CFD, London, 7-8 September.

Britter, R.E., 1993. 'The evaluation of technical models used for major accident hazard installations'. CEC research report EUR 14774 EN.

Computational Dynamics, 1999. STAR-CD User Manual — Methodology.

Chen Q. and Moser A. 1991, ‘Simulation of a multiple-nozzle diffuser’, In Proceedings of the 12th AIVC Conference, 'Air Movement and Ventilation Control within Buildings, Ottawa, Canada, Document No. AIC-PROC-12-1991-1.

Ewert M., Renz U., Vogel, N., Zeller M. 1991, ‘Definition of the Flow Parameters at the Room Air Flow Simulation’. In Proceedings of the 12th AIVC Conference, 'Air Movement and Ventilation Control within Buildings, Ottawa, Canada, Document No. AIC-PROC-12-1991-1.

Fontaine, J.R., Biolley, F., Rapp, R., & Serieys, J.C. 1991 'Ventilation flow analysis - flow visualisation and LDA measurements in water scale models, validation of numerical results'. In Proceedings of the 12th AIVC Conference, 'Air Movement and Ventilation Control within Buildings, Ottawa, Canada, Document No. AIC-PROC-12-1991-1.

Gilham, S., Ferguson S., Deaves, D.M. (1995) Dispersion of releases of Hazardous materials within buildings, Phase II — CFD modelling, WS Atkins Safety & Reliability Report (WSA/ RSU 8000/M5012/R01)

Heikkinen J., 1991 'Modelling of supply air terminals for room air flow simulation'. In Proceedings of the 12th AIVC Conference, Air Movement and Ventilation Control within Buildings', Ottawa, Canada, Document No. AIC-PROC-12-1991-1.

Heikkinen J., 1991b ‘Measurements of test cases B2, B3, E2 and E3 (isothermal and summer cooling cases)’ IEA Annex 20, Research Item 1.16 and 1.17, Technical Report, Technical Research Centre, Espoo, Finland.

Lemaire, A.D., (Ed.) 1992. 'Room air and contaminant flow', Evaluation of Computational Methods, Subtask-1 Summary Report, IEA Annex 20.

Liddament M.W. 1991 ‘A review of building air flow simulation’, Technical Note AIVC 33, Annex 5, Document AIC-TN-33-1991, ISBN 0 946975 52 2.

Roache, P.J., 1994. 'Perspective: A method for uniform reporting of grid refinement studies'. J. Fluid Eng. Vol.116 pp. 405-413.

Skovgaard M., Nielsen, P. ‘Modelling Complex inlet Geometries in CFD-applied to air flow in Ventilated Rooms’. In Proceedings of the 12th AIVC Conference, Air Movement and Ventilation Control within Buildings', Ottawa, Canada, Document No. AIC-PROC-12-1991‑1.

LIST OF FIGURES

fig2-01.gif Illustration of the room geometry
fig2-02.gif Illustration of the CFD mesh used (Run 03)
fig2-02vect.jpg CFD simulation - velocity vectors
fig2-03.jpg Comparison of velocity magnitude contours, 3ach
fig2-05-ve.jpg Comparison of mean velocities, 3ach
fig2-05-te.jpg Comparison of turbulence velocities, 3ach
fig2-06.gif Comparison of velocity decay (U/Uinlet) of the wall jet along the ceiling
fig2-07.jpg Comparison of mean velocities, 1.5ach
fig2-08.gif Effect of mesh refinement on the solution - axial velocity profile
fig2-09a.gif Solution error estimates for velocity magnitude on the

axial symmetry plane for RUN02.

fig2-09b.gif Solution error estimates for velocity magnitude on the

axial symmetry plane for RUN03.

fig2-10.jpg Comparison of velocity magnitude contours, 3ach — two-layer simulation
fig2-11.gif Comparison of velocity decay (U/Uinlet) — two-layer simulation

© copyright ERCOFTAC 2004



Contributors: Steve Gilham; Athena Scaperdas - Atkins


Front Page

Description

Test Case Studies

Evaluation

Best Practice Advice

References