2020-7-25This article provides calculation methods for correlating design flow rate and pressure loss as a fluid passes through a nozzle or orifice Nozzles and orifices are often used to deliberately reduce pressure restrict flow or to measure flow rate 2019-3-13The Experimental Modal Analysis of the Aquileia footbridge was carried out in November 2017 (T=4 RH=9%) The full set of measurements was performed using the MEMS accelerometers prototyped in (Bedon et al 2018) Given the average size of glass panels six sensors were used and optimally located on the roof (i e # n sensors in Fig 1(d))

Storm water infiltration in a monitored green roof for

2019-11-26The objectives of this study are to provide detailed information about green roof performances in the Mediterranean climate (retained volume peak flow reduction runoff delay) and to identify a suitable modelling approach for describing the associated hydrologic response

Green roof rainfall-runoff modelling: is the comparison between consequently provide retention and detention performances Designed as a compromise between water holding capacity weight and hydraulic conductivity their substrate is usually an artificial media differentiating signifi- This work also benefits from an experimental

2019-10-18Combined experimental and numerical investigations on the roughness effects on the aerodynamic performances of LPT blades 9 January 2016 | Journal of Thermal Science Vol 25 No 1 Three-dimensional fluid–structure interaction simulation with a hybrid RANS–LES turbulence model for applications in transonic flow domain

- Ecosystem performances assessment of Blue Green Solutions through space-time scales (stormwater management Urban Heat Islands attenuation biodiversity): combination of experimental and modelling approaches - Quantitative hydrology: rainfall-runoff modelling by using some distributed (Multi-Hydro) or semi-distributed (SWMM) models

2020-7-25This article provides calculation methods for correlating design flow rate and pressure loss as a fluid passes through a nozzle or orifice Nozzles and orifices are often used to deliberately reduce pressure restrict flow or to measure flow rate

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An experimental study (70 tests) was first conducted using full scale air-box tests and three different small scale tests such as two-span cantilever and short batten tests and suitable small scale test methods were identified to accurately simulate the localised pull-through failures of roof battens The main experimental study was then

2007-9-20influence of such or such factor of the building on the performances of the latest Two experimental design concepts must be carried out separately according to the weather for two localisations Identified elements are the following: windows frontages roof ventilation and floor On a reference building built before 1975 the method of the

Downloadable (with restrictions)! This paper presents experimental performance of solar drying of rosella flower and chili using roof-integrated solar dryer and also presents modelling of the roof-integrated solar dryer for drying of chili Field-level tests for deep bed drying of rosella flower and chili demonstrated that drying in the roof-integrated solar dryer results in significant

An optimal solution in combining physical and chemical water treatment methods has been developed This method uses a high voltage capacitance based (HVCB) electrodes coupled with biocides to form a sustainable solution in improving chiller plant performances In this study the industrial full-scale tests instead of laboratory tests have been conducted on chiller plants at the size of

Experimental analysis of composite connections using slab made by precast joist with lattice and bricks Response of end-plate joints under combined forces Influence of member components on the structural performance of beam-to-column joints of pitched roof portal frames with class 3 and 4 sections Application of Eurocode 3 to steel connections with four bolts per horizontal row A new hybrid

2019-7-9The plasma was fueled by a pre-programmed D 2 puff from a location near the intersection of the near vertical vessel wall and roof (Gas A figure 2) Operating B T in opposing directions Changing the toroidal field direction changes the direction of all cross-field drifts which can be used to isolate their impact on divertor conditions

2003-8-5In the area of modeling of these dampers and determination of their optimal values a considerable work has been done by the laboratory 1 2 Yalla and Kareem (1999) have presented a Sloshing-Slamming damper analogy for the tuned liquid sloshing dampers (Fig 2)

Experimental measurements and numerical modelling of a green roof Author links open overlay panel Renato M Abstract Green roof utilisation has been known since ancient times both in hot and cold climates to calculate thermal and energy performances of a building with a green roof varying the meteorological dataset for a specific

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2020-8-3CiteScore: 4 4 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 4 4 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of

A numerical and experimental study on the energy efficiency of a regenerative Heat and Mass Exchanger utilizing the counter-flow Maisotsenko cycle The effect of moving train on the aerodynamic performances of train-bridge system with a crosswind Zhiyong Yao Machine learning versus linear regression modelling approach for accurate ozone

The base case and green roof modelling of the selected building has been developed with the help of DesignBuilder software The base case model has been validated with the help of 3-month measured data about the energy consumption without a green roof installed The result shows that the energy consumption for the base case is 169 kWh/m2 while

Roels S (2000) Modelling unsaturated moisture transport in heterogeneous limestone Janssens A (1998) Reliable control of interstitial condensation in light-weight roof systems Calculation and assessment Bosmans I (1998) Analytical modelling of structure-borne sound transmission and modal interaction at complex plate junctions

2019-11-26The objectives of this study are to provide detailed information about green roof performances in the Mediterranean climate (retained volume peak flow reduction runoff delay) and to identify a suitable modelling approach for describing the associated hydrologic response

2020-8-2CiteScore: 9 9 ℹ CiteScore: 2019: 9 9 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e g 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles reviews conference papers data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years divided by the number of

Green roof rainfall-runoff modelling: is the comparison between conceptual and physically based approaches relevant? In order to assess green roofs hydrological performances many models have been developed This work also benefits from an experimental setup where several green roofs differentiated by their substrate thickness and