Application of Numerical Simulation Technology in the Large Space Air-Conditioned Buildings Air-Conditioned Buildings

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This paper takes the large space air-conditioned buildings air-conditioned buildings as research subjects and sets numerical conditions of large space air-conditioned buildings prototype to conduct a simulation study by means of numerical simulation.Numerical and experimental results show that the standard k-εturbulence model can be used to describe the characteristics of the large space air-conditioned buildings building;the experimental results of a typical location room temperature basically consistent with the numerical results of the prototype and enlarged model.Results of this study will provide a useful reference for the researches of large space air-conditioned buildings air-conditioned building.

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Li Qiang

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657-660

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J. W. Li and Z. X. Feng, "Application of Numerical Simulation Technology in the Large Space Air-Conditioned Buildings Air-Conditioned Buildings", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 657-660, 2014

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August 2014

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