CHAPTER 6

CONCLUSION

6.0 INTRODUCTION
Base from the study, case study and calculations experiment, generally, Natural
ventilation need to be carried out inside building to achieve the values of comfortable to
the occupants. Knowledge on the role opening namely window, door and opening in the
building would be important to providing natural ventilation flow into the building intend
to avoid health problem, occupier comfort and space cooling one building to be
workable.

6.1 CONCLUSION
Natural ventilation in large building feasible if we improve and expand the
opening function in the building by creative and wise to enrich and extend building life.
Factors of size, opening position and other features are in control of designer. It needs
to be applied from the early stage during the design building stage.

Lot of good things can get at reaction of the wind with the large building whether
in front, back or at roof. Natural ventilation can have impact of stress and suction can be
increased and can be controlled by using effective designs like wind trap, atrium and
cooling tower in tall buildings. To lower part at this large building, where air stream are
established revenue from obstruction and flow fall on the wall building can provide
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and the size and placement of openings in the building. the amount of ventilation depends critically on the careful design of internal spaces. 6.1 Design Recommendations To provide good design for allow natural ventilation in the building :  Each room should have two separate supplies and exhaust openings.2. 91 . Orient windows across the room and offset from each other to maximize mixing within the room while minimizing the obstructions to airflow within the room. 6. However. Locate exhaust high above inlet to maximize stack effect. no dusty and polluted. This move can settle with cleaning process and cooling through the method calm by trees and water spray. 1998).2 SUGGESTIONS The specific approach and design of natural ventilation systems will vary based on building type and local climate. “A successful application of natural ventilation strategies is only possible when there are no problems in many areas at various levels from the design stage to actual operating demands placed on the building users” (Allard.comfort air ventilation with the air is not be too hot.

The ridge opening should be free of obstructions to allow air to freely flow out of the building. such as basement windows.  Consider the use of clerestories or vented skylights. airflow between the rooms of the building is important. Openings lower in the structure. ventilation can be provided through high louvers or transoms. When possible.  Consider the use of fan-assisted cooling strategies. Provide ridge vents. In buildings with attics. Ceiling and wholebuilding fans can provide up to 9°F effective temperature drop at one tenth the electrical energy consumption of mechanical air-conditioning systems. 92 . A ridge vent is an opening at the highest point in the roof that offers a good outlet for both buoyancy and wind-induced ventilation.  Provide attic ventilation. ventilating the attic space greatly reduces heat transfer to conditioned rooms below. must be provided to complete the ventilation system. If privacy is required. A clerestory or a vented skylight will provide an opening for stale air to escape in a buoyancy ventilation strategy. Ventilated attics are about 30°F cooler than unventilated attics. In addition to the primary consideration of airflow in and out of the building. The light well of the skylight could also act as a solar chimney to augment the flow.  Allow for adequate internal airflow. interior doors should be designed to be open to encourage whole-building ventilation.

 An open-building approach works well in warm and humid areas. 93 .or closed-building ventilation approach. daytime cross-ventilation is encouraged to maintain indoor temperatures close to outdoor temperatures. closed in the morning to keep out the hot daytime air. A closed-building approach works well in hot. A massive building is ventilated at night. In this case. where the temperature does not change much from day to night. then. Occupants are then cooled by radiant exchange with the massive walls and floor. dry climates where there is a large variation in temperature from day to night. Determine if the building will benefit from an open.