Displacement Ventilation Literature
Representative Project List – Displacement Ventilation
A representative list of projects across various geographical territories, organized by application type.
This brochure introduces Price Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis. CFD provides a means for an engineer to validate their design
before the building is built.
USGBC LEED Program Brochure for Sustainable Building Design
This brochure explains the dynamics of the United States Green Building Council's guideline for sustainable building design.
Displacement Ventilation in Schools Brochure
This brochure describes the benefits and application of Displacement Ventilation in schools. The brochure is designed for
facility owners, administrators, architects and engineers.
Displacement Ventilation Architectural Portfolio
The Displacement Ventilation Architectural Portfolio is intended to showcase the custom design and architectural integration
capabilities of Price displacement products to architects.
Displacement Ventilation Brochure
This brochure describes the benefits and application of Displacement in a variety of applications as well as the wide range
of Price products available for Displacement Ventilation. The brochure is designed for engineers and architects.
Sustainable Building Case Study Library
A collection of case studies of Price sustainable products.
Room Air Stratification in Combined Chilled Ceiling and Displacement Ventilation Systems
Radiant chilled ceilings (CC) with displacement ventilation (DV) represent a promising integrated system design that combines the
energy efficiency of both sub-systems with the opportunity for improved ventilation performance resulting from the thermally stratified
environment of DV systems. The purpose of this study was to conduct laboratory experiments for a typical U.S. interior zone office to
investigate how room air stratification is affected by the ratio of cooling load removed by a chilled ceiling to the total cooling
load, #, for two different chilled ceiling configurations.
Experimental Models for the determination of the Length of the Adjacent Zone for Displacement Ventilation diffusers
A common problem in room equipped with displacement ventilation is the thermal discomfort due to draft, caused by the excessive air velocity
at floor level. While displacement ventilation has been used for decades, no model, neither theoretical nor experimental, exists to predict the
length of the adjacent draft zone. Based on the study of detailed experimental data of 7 diffusers (each tested with several outlet sizes), this
study proposes two correlation models to predict the length of the adjacent zone.