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Stack Effects of Kitchen Exhaust Shaft in High-Rise Buildings

  • Angui LiEmail author
  • Risto Kosonen
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Abstract

Centralized mechanical exhaust system for high-rise residential buildings are introduced, including centralized exhaust system, hybrid exhaust system, and distributed exhaust system. Main influence factors of exhaust effect of shaft are discussed about shapes, cross-sectional size of shaft, kitchen exhaust hoods’ performance, operating rate, and temperature difference. Drag reduction measures are also presented.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Xi’an University of Architecture and TechnologyXi’anChina
  2. 2.Aalto UniversityEspooFinland

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