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Characteristics of Temperature Distribution of Pen for Exhaust Fan of Ventilation System
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  • Journal title : Journal of Animal Environmental Science
  • Volume 20, Issue 4,  2014, pp.155-160
  • Publisher : Korean Association for Livestock Housing and Environment
  • DOI : 10.11109/JAES.2014.20.4.155
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Temperature Distribution of Pen for Exhaust Fan of Ventilation System
Kim, Hyeon-Tae; Kim, Woong;
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This study was researched for use by data for the improvement of ventilation system of optimum environmental control systems. The ventilation system for windowless swine housing was installed negative pressure system that circular pipe duct for inlet was installed on the ceiling and axial flow fan for exhaust was installed on the sidewall. The temperatures in the pen was measured using infrared thermography camera and thermocouple with data-logger. The temperature measurement points was selected by infrared thermography camera is alley (G), inlet (A), front-upper (B), front-lower (C), rear-upper (D), rear-lower (E), forward fan (F). The temperature measured at those selected points for temperature distribution was that was maintained setting temperature in suitably. The temperature deviations of F point and A~E points in windowless swine housing was less then average . The result of air velocity of measured points was suitable to the breeding of pigs.
Ventilation system;Windowless swine housing;Pig;Temperature;Air velocity;
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