BASIS FOR AIR CONDITIONING DESIGN
Upon starting design for an industrial enclosure, expected use should be described by informing and questioning the building owner and future users.
A scenario of the planned industrial enclosure should be sketched. The scenario should describe:
The different steps of the flow and batch processes of the industrial production.
Space demands for machinery, tools, working, and stocking areas for raw materials and products.
Demand for worker involvement in each part of the industrial process. Emission of heat and contaminants from each part of the industrial process. Environmental requirements for each part of the industrial process.
The factory scenario must be updated with new information as the design process evolves.
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