Computer simulated person - Personalized ventilation

The use of personalized ventilation (PV) is a widely studied topic in the indoor environment community. There is a wide range of PV devices studied using experimental setups and computational fluid dynamics. The PV devices vary with respect to size, location, airflow, temperature, turbulence etc. A benchmark test is introduced for a single nozzle PV system directed toward the breathing zone of a computer simulated person in a displacement ventilation system. The benchmark is designed to test individual variation (grid development, detail of manikin, software model etc.) using the boundary conditions proposed.









Aalborg University, University of Tokyo, Gävle University and Syracuse University