WIND-DRIVEN RAIN AS A BOUNDARY CONDITION FOR HAM SIMULATIONS: ANALYSIS OF SIMPLIFIED MODELLING APPROACHES

@inproceedings{Janssen2007WINDDRIVENRA,
  title={WIND-DRIVEN RAIN AS A BOUNDARY CONDITION FOR HAM SIMULATIONS: ANALYSIS OF SIMPLIFIED MODELLING APPROACHES},
  author={Hans Janssen and Bje Bert Blocken and Staf Roels and Jan Carmeliet},
  year={2007}
}
While the transfer equations for moisture and heat in building components are currently undergoing standardisation, atmospheric boundary conditions, conservative modelling and numerical efficiency are currently not addressed. In a first part, this paper adds a comprehensive description of those boundary conditions, emphasising wind-driven rain and vapour exchange, the main moisture removal and supply mechanism respectively. In the second part the numerical implementation is tackled, with… CONTINUE READING
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