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The control of natural ventilation with opposing wind and buoyancy

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis

  • Ben Lishman
This thesis is an investigation of the control of naturally ventilated buildings subject to opposing wind and buoyancy. Previous research shows that the interaction of wind and buoyancy can lead to complicated behaviour, and that this in turn can make it difficult to design controllers for naturally ventilated buildings. The aim of this research is therefore to aid in the design of such controllers.
Original languageEnglish
Awarding Institution
  • University of Cambridge
Supervisors/Advisors
  • Andrew W. Woods (External person) (Supervisor)
Award date2007

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