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The three-dimensional nonisothermal jet in a room is analysed numerically by the algebraic second-moment closure model (ASM) (Hossain and Rodi 1982). The numerical results are compared with experimental results and with a simulation based on the k-epsilon model. It is demonstrated that ASM reproduces the nonisothermal flow fields more precisely than the k-epsilon model does.

KEYWORDS: calculating, horizontal, rooms, jets, temperature, comparing, experiment, air flow, turbulent flow, recirculating

Citation: ASHRAE Trans. 1992, vol.98, Part 1, Paper number AN-92-9-3, 951-962, figs., 3 tabs., refs.