Full-scale experimental data of natural ventilation in an atrium building
- Night-time passive cooling is an energy-efficient cooling strategy, but the design of passive cooling systems relies on imperfect computational models, which require validation. The spatial variability in the temperature field when performing model validation is significant. The dataset contains temperature measurements collected from full-scale experiments in a three-story atrium building during the natural ventilation process. The dataset is made publicly available on the Stanford digital repository as we believe experimental data can be valuable assets for future studies about natural ventilation in atrium buildings.
|Type of resource
|June 2, 2022
|December 5, 2022
|July 2, 2022; June 2, 2022
|Full scale experiment
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- Chen, C. and Gorle, C. (2022). Full-scale experimental data of natural ventilation in an atrium building. Stanford Digital Repository. Available at https://purl.stanford.edu/xc945cg8168
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