Local ventilation

Lars Olander, Lorraine Conroy, Ilpo Kulmala, Richard Garrison, Michael Ellenbecker, Bernhard Biegert, Bernard Fletcher, Howard Goodfellow, Gunnar Rosén, Bengt Ljungqvist, Berit Reinmuller, Antonio Dumas, Michael Robinson

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Abstract

Local ventilation is often a very important part of the ventilation system. It is used to diminish or, preferably, to prevent exposure to contaminants (including heat). This includes protection of persons or products from hazardous or nuisance contaminants. Efficient operation of a local ventilation system must account for exhaust flow field as well as contaminant generation process and rate. Thus solid knowledge about air flow mechanisms and contaminant generation process is essential for proper design of local ventilation systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIndustrial Ventilation Design Guidebook
EditorsHoward Goodfellow, Esko Tähti
PublisherElsevier
Chapter10
Pages807-1023
ISBN (Print)978-0-12-289676-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2001
MoE publication typeD2 Article in professional manuals or guides or professional information systems or text book material

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Ventilation
Impurities
Ventilation exhausts
Flow fields
Air

Keywords

  • local ventilation
  • design

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Olander, L., Conroy, L., Kulmala, I., Garrison, R., Ellenbecker, M., Biegert, B., ... Robinson, M. (2001). Local ventilation. In H. Goodfellow, & E. Tähti (Eds.), Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook (pp. 807-1023). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-012289676-7/50013-8
Olander, Lars ; Conroy, Lorraine ; Kulmala, Ilpo ; Garrison, Richard ; Ellenbecker, Michael ; Biegert, Bernhard ; Fletcher, Bernard ; Goodfellow, Howard ; Rosén, Gunnar ; Ljungqvist, Bengt ; Reinmuller, Berit ; Dumas, Antonio ; Robinson, Michael. / Local ventilation. Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook. editor / Howard Goodfellow ; Esko Tähti. Elsevier, 2001. pp. 807-1023
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Local ventilation. / Olander, Lars; Conroy, Lorraine; Kulmala, Ilpo; Garrison, Richard; Ellenbecker, Michael; Biegert, Bernhard; Fletcher, Bernard; Goodfellow, Howard; Rosén, Gunnar; Ljungqvist, Bengt; Reinmuller, Berit; Dumas, Antonio; Robinson, Michael.

Industrial Ventilation Design Guidebook. ed. / Howard Goodfellow; Esko Tähti. Elsevier, 2001. p. 807-1023.

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