Supply air


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Supply air

The total quantity of air supplied to a building or part of a building for thermal conditioning and ventilation. Typically, supply air consists of a mixture of return air and outdoor air that is appropriately filtered and conditioned.

supply air

In an air-conditioning system, the air which is delivered to the conditioned space or spaces.
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Air outlets: Ceiling air outlets, swirl air outlets for supply air and exhaust air, approx.
The objective of this study was to identify the correlation between the minimum airflow and supply air temperature that would maintain satisfactory thermal comfort in the occupied zone when introducing warm air into the room.
The test conditions for the four hybrid systems are shown in Table 1, where the nominal air temperature and supply air flow rate refer to Category I for the non-low-polluting building in EN Standard 15251 (CEN 2007).
As the supply air is pushed by the blower across the heat exchanger tubes, the heat transfers away from the heat exchanger to the passing air, following the second law of thermodynamics.
The performance of hot aisle containment system is characterized in terms of the rate of air leakage and the resulting loss in the cooling capacity of supply air due to mixing with the hot leakage air.
The pattern of air velocity vectors in the areas of the supply air was analyzed.
The fundamental hypothesis of the overall research project was that the PV system, by providing cool air at the face region, would reduce the uncomfortable sensation of a warm head and would improve inhaled air quality, while the UFAD system, operating at relatively warm supply air temperature, would address the cold feet issue.
Chilled beams are ceiling-mounted diffusers that use building supply air to induce room air to pass through an integral water coil.
The key to a successful UFAD system is an UFAD diffuser's ability to mix room air into supply air rapidly at low velocities.
Dark Roast" makes dark roasts possible through controlled supply air input.
The Aircraft Carrier Alliance has chosen Darchem Engineering to supply air intake and exhaust systems for the 65,000t carriers HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales, which are expected to enter service in 2014 and 2016.
The Aircraft Carrier Alliance has chosen Darchem Engineering to supply air intake and exhaust systems for the UK's future aircraft carriers (CVF) - HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales - which are expected to enter service in 2014 and 2016.