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Night Purge Evaluation Using the RTS-SAREK in Office Buildings
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 Title & Authors
Night Purge Evaluation Using the RTS-SAREK in Office Buildings
Shin, Dongshin; Park, Sungkeun; Park, Youngsoo; Park, Jisu; Lee, Jinyoung;
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 Abstract
This study evaluates the capacity of night purging in office buildings to reduce the cooling load. RTS-SAREK is used to estimate the performance of night purging on the steady state. To overcome steady state RTS program limitations, we added unsteady heat transfer equations. When the ACH (Air Change per Hour) increases, the wall temperature decreases in both the steady and unsteady states. The unsteady heat transfer rate is different from the steady transfer rate, which validates the unsteady calculation. When ACH is low, the heat transfer rate increases continuously with time. When ACH becomes higher, the heat transfer rate increases and decreases with time. When ACH is quite high, there exists a large difference in the heat transfer rate between the steady and unsteady calculations, which emphasizes the importance of the unsteady calculation.
 Keywords
Night purge;Cooling load;Office building;RTS method;RTS-SAREK;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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