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Development of HVAC System to Lower the Conveyance Energy and Building Height  

Kim, Jung-Yup (Fire & Eng. Services Research Dept. Korea Institute of Construction Technology)
Shin, Hyun-Joon (Fire & Eng. Services Research Dept. Korea Institute of Construction Technology)
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International Journal of Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration / v.13, no.1, 2005 , pp. 31-43 More about this Journal
The new HVAC system is developed to lower the conveyance energy and building height using IAV(Increasing Air Volume) technique. IAV units which are equipped in each zone carry out air-conditioning and supply fresh air by induction of outdoor air in main duct. The design program which decides size of OAHU and IAV unit according to air conditioning load and fresh air demand of each zone is presented. The control system is developed to operate efficiently HVAC system and IAV unit, so that individual zone operation and well-deal with partial load and IAQ problem are possible. The new system is investigated in model building and makes more profit in conveyance energy. size of air conditioning facilities room and building height than VAV system. But in construction cost it is worse by about 15 percentage.
HVAC system; Conveyance energy; Energy saving; Building height; Aerodynamic design; Induction mechanism; Increasing air volume;
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