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Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Year: 2019  |  Volume: 14  |  Issue: 22  |  Page No.: 8301 - 8311

A Simulation Study of Implementing Strategies for Reducing Convection Providing Natural Ventilation for Interior Spaces in Public Buildings

Qubad Sabah Haseeb and Anas Attellah Ali Shoshan    

Abstract: The strategies of reducing convection through solar breakers and natural ventilation are factors influencing the design and construction of buildings. The main reason is that the movement of air in the interior spaces of any building generates a powerful impact on the thermal comfort of its occupants. Recently, the field of reducing the convection and its techniques have considerable attention in civil architecture design. It represents one of the most critical elements in the process of air conditioning with various climatic and environmental factors. Therefore, the methods and techniques have been developed depending on the climatic nature of each region of the world. This study examines the most important mechanisms and advanced techniques used in the field of reducing convection and natural ventilation. The primary purpose of applying this study is to provide an appropriate health environment in the interior spaces. Additionally, to achieving a sustainable environment and avoid wasting it according to the datum conditions of the proper climatic environment. That corresponds to the standards of modern buildings which are in turn the most important goals of designers in the architectural area. The main challenges are to preserve natural resources and minimize air pollution caused by the excessive use of machinery and equipment.

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