Impact of furnishing on room airflows

Lone H. Mortensen, Carsten Rode, Ruut Peuhkuri & Lone H. Mortensen
In building simulation it is common to use idealized empty rooms for simulation, but furnishing elements may cause local microclimates. These microclimates can be critical for instance if furniture is placed close to a poorly insulated external walls, where the external temperatures in the winter season may lead to condensation or high relative humidity on the internal side of the building envelope. Therefore it was important to investigate the influence of furniture on the airflow...
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