Estimation of indoor contamination source location by using variational continuous assimilation method

@article{Matsuo2015EstimationOI,
  title={Estimation of indoor contamination source location by using variational continuous assimilation method},
  author={Tomohito Matsuo and Akira Kondo and Hikari Shimadera and Takahiro Kyuno and Yoshio Inoue},
  journal={Building Simulation},
  year={2015},
  volume={8},
  pages={443-452}
}
Information on concentration of contaminants is important for management of indoor air quality. Recently, data assimilation techniques are used in order to accurately estimate location and intensity of contamination source in addition to concentration field. In this study, the variational continuous assimilation (VCA) method, which was originally developed in meteorological simulations, was applied to estimates of indoor air quality. The method modifies the governing equations of computational… CONTINUE READING
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