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A Case Study on Pressurization Method using HVAC System depends on Outdoor Conditions to Reduce Stack Effect in the High-rise Office Building
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 Title & Authors
A Case Study on Pressurization Method using HVAC System depends on Outdoor Conditions to Reduce Stack Effect in the High-rise Office Building
Cho, Jeong-Hoon; Yu, Jung-Yeon; Jung, Yeon-Gi; Kim, Ki-Chang; Cho, Dong-Woo;
 
 Abstract
This study aims to investigate optimized mechanical pressurization of each outdoor air temperature in order to resolve noise problems associated with stack effect. For this study, noise levels resulted by stack effect was measured during three months of winter, and airtight practices and mechanical pressurization practices of each outdoor air condition employed on a high-rise office building under operation. Noise level was measured in the elevator halls located on the lobby floor(1st floor) and the highest floor (47th floor). The average noise level of the 1st floor was 59 dB(A) under all HVAC system-off, exceeding the recommended level 57 dB(A), even after average of 9dB(A) was reduced after airtight practices were employed, After mechanical pressurization practices as pressurized floor in high-rise zone were employed, most noise levels met the recommended niose level 57 dB(A) for 1F elevator lobby and 48 dB(A) for 47F elevator lobby.
 Keywords
High-rise office building;Stack effect;Pressurization;HVAC system;Case study;
 Language
Korean
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