Design of Kitchen Ventilation
Kitchen ventilation design is a multi-target control issue, involving indoor air quality, energy consumption, and investment and operating costs. Guaranteed operation preconditions, operation preconditions of kitchen ventilation, design solutions, and energy saving potential are analyzed.
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