Characterization of Room Airflow and Thermal Conditions Based on Industrial Production Process and Envelope
Use the winter design temperature at the site along with the required indoor temperature level.
Estimate the heating power needed to keep that indoor temperature at steady-state conditions. Assume the use of mechanical ventilation with full mixing ventilation in the room; i. e., use the rough estimate of ventilation airflow given in Section 8.2.
Check summer design temperature and humidity outdoors.
Estimate maximum temperature increase in the room, taking into consideration the actual heat release from people and machinery, shading for solar radiation, assuming no thermal mass, and using a typical airflow for ventilation.
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