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Practicing engineers lack important information that can help them to improve the design of industrial ventilation system and its elements. The relevant research data and practical recommendations based on the positive field experience are available internationally. Most of this information is published in different languages or is not presented in ready to use form.

The state-of-the-art information presented in this document will allow for better designs and increased good will from clients. Facility owners and managers will benefit by running more cost efficient systems and by increased workers productivity, and workers will enjoy better indoor air quality and thermal comfort.

The target objective is to capture and make more widely available to the practicing engineer published information on the subject "Industrial General Ventilation and Air Supply." The objectives of the research project are: 1) Perform an extensive literature search, and translate the gathered information. 2) Summarize, compare and contrast the translated documents to show common approaches, design techniques and system successes. Based on this review, recommend changes to the ASHRAE Applications Handbook, will be made.

Principal Investigator: William Stewart, InterMountain Research

Conducted: Sept. 2000 - Oct. 2001

Sponsored by: Indoor Air Quality