CFD analysis of ventilation effectiveness in a public transport interchange

@article{Lin2006CFDAO,
  title={CFD analysis of ventilation effectiveness in a public transport interchange},
  author={Zhang Lin and Feng Jiang and Tin-tai Chow and Chin-Fu Tsang and Wei-Zhen Lu},
  journal={Building and Environment},
  year={2006},
  volume={41},
  pages={254-261}
}
A study was conducted into the ventilation effectiveness of a ventilation system within a public transport interchange (PTI) in Hong Kong. A computational fluid dynamics (CFD), steady state computational model of the PTI was used to investigate and predict the typical pollutant emission pattern for buses. In Hong Kong, the displacement ventilation (DV) scheme is often employed for the PTI. The numerical simulation investigates the effectiveness of the DV system in removing pollutants from the… Expand
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