Efficiency of night ventilation in limiting the overheating of passive sports hall in Cracow


Vol. 581 (1) 2021 / poniedziałek, 25 stycznia, 2021

(InPolish)

Dudzińska Anna. 2021. Efficiency of night ventilation in limiting the overheating of passive sports hall in Cracow. Volume 581. Issue 1. Pages 2-6. DOI: 10.15199/33.2021.01.01

Accepted for publication: 21.12.2020 r.

It is especially difficult to provide optimal microclimatic conditions in sports facilities during summer time. The internal heat gains and an airtight building insulation, combined with high external temperature can easily lead to overheating and upsetting of the body's thermal balance. This article focuses primarily on the effect of the natural night ventilation on the thermal comfort in a passive sports hall building. Based on experimental studies of thermal conditions in the hall, a simulation model was made using the Design Builder program. Through simulation analysis, the program considered thermal conditions that arise in various scenarios of natural and mechanical ventilation. The simulation was performed from01th May to 30th June. Results presented in this article show that the natural ventilation in a large volume building is themost effective and the easiest way to reduce overheating in summer.
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dr inż. Anna Dudzińska, Politechnika Krakowska; Wydział Inżynierii Lądowej ORCID: 0000-0003-1349-6108

dr inż. Anna Dudzińska, Politechnika Krakowska; Wydział Inżynierii Lądowej ORCID: 0000-0003-1349-6108

 adudzinska@pk.edu.pl

Full paper is available at Publisher house SIGMA-NOT Sp. z o.o. webpage

DOI: 10.15199/33.2021.01.01