forced ventilation

forced ventilation

[¦fȯrst ‚vent·əl′ā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
A system of ventilation in which air is forced through ventilation ducts under pressure.

forced ventilation

The circulation of air by a fan or blower.
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However there is limited data on the combined effects of water-misting sprays with forced ventilation on broilers after transport during the summer season.
Various technical rooms are provided with small ventilation systems for forced ventilation.
In practice, forced ventilation with heat recovery is a common system for industrial halls in a moderate climate, in which the halls can be efficiently cooled by drawing in ambient air at a lower temperature.
Contractors will cut new drainage channels in the bedrock and will have to employ forced ventilation to allow workmen to breath.
Massed tulip bulbs can produce enough ethylene gas to mess up their eventual flowering, hence the frequent forced ventilation.
FCA W disadvantages, mainly the emission of pollutants, can be counteracted by their rigorous control and local forced ventilation in the production.
The forced ventilation evaporative cooling system was designed such that the temperature could be significantly reduced below ambient temperature, while maintaining a relative humidity up to high.
A heat recovery, forced ventilation system would take care of the only other excuse for windows.
This research analyzed and developed a forced ventilation system, to be used in spring and autumn (and also on moderate winter and summer days), being of easy implementation in all school building offices, with low initial investment and low consumption level.
During the same decade, Merseyside's Main Emergency Centre was located in the basement of The Walker art gallery, where two small rooms were equipped with a switchboard, teleprinters and a standby generator but unfortunately no blast doors or forced ventilation.
Jayas, "Calculation and Limitations of Traverse Time in Designing Forced Ventilation Systems," Transactions of the ASAE, Vol.