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Optimal Outside Airflow Control of an Integrated Air-Handling Unit System for Large Office Buildings

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L. Song, M. Liu

Energy Systems Laboratory, Architectural Engineering, University of Nebraska, 1110 S. 67th St., Omaha, NE 68182

J. Sol. Energy Eng 126(1), 614-619 (Feb 12, 2004) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1639002 History: Online February 12, 2004
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Schematic of the OAHU System
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Geometric optimization of outside airflow control in OAHU under dry outside air conditions (note: βi*=max(βi,IAQi,eco))
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Geometric optimization of outside airflow control in OAHU under humid weather conditions
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Optimal outside air intake of the interior zone under San Antonio, TX, USA, weather conditions (φ-interior zone airflow ratio, βi,o-optimal interior zone outside air intake)
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Optimal outside air intake of the exterior zone under San Antonio, TX, USA, weather conditions (φ-interior zone airflow ratio, βi,o-optimal interior zone outside air intake)

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