DF1: Rectangular 1-Way Diffuser
DF3: Rectangular 3-Way Diffuser
DF1C: Rectangular 1-Way Corner Diffuser
DR180: Half Round 180° Diffuser
DR180U: DR180U U-Shaped Radial Diffuser
DR90: Quarter Round 90° Diffuser
AFSD: Adjustable Flow Sensing Device
DF1W: 1-Way In-Wall Diffuser
Puraflo: Health Care Diffuser
DF1R: 1-Way Diffuser (Recessed)
DR360: Full Round 360° Diffuser
DFXi: Rectangular Industrial Diffuser
RFDD/ARFHD: Round Floor Diffuser
DFGL: Linear Floor Grille
DFG: Floor Grille
DFG-F: Floor Grille Fan
DF1L: 1-Way Lay-in Diffuser
DF1L-HC: 1-Way Lay-in Diffuser
DR360-DH: Full Round 360° Diffuser
DR90H: 90° Rounded Diffuser
DLE: Linear Enclosure
DLE-H: Linear Enclosure w/Heater
DRPBi-HC: Radial Paint Booth Diffuser
DRNi-HC: Radial Nozzle
DDiA: Drum Diffuser
DR360i-HC: Circular Diffuser w/ Heating & Cooling
DFXi: Rectangular Industrial Diffuser
NVR: Rectangular Roof Stack Unit
NVS: Square Roof Stack Unit
NVA: Atrium Wall Unit
NVT: Natural Ventilation Terminal
NVE: Natural Ventilation
PIC-HP: Price Intelligent Controller
Radkits: Piping Packages
ACBM: 4-way Discharge Active Beam
ACBH: Horizontal Active Beam
ACBV: Vertical Active Beam
ACBC: Floor Mounted Active Beam
PCBL: Passive Chilled Beam Linear
PCBL-R: Passive Chilled Beam Linear
RPL: Linear Radiant Panel
RPLA: Exposed Linear Radiant Panel
RPLS: Linear Light Shelf Radiant Panel
RPM: Modular Radiant Panel
RPMS: Modular Security Radiant Panel
CSA: Exposed Architectural Chilled Sails
RFTD/ARFTD: Round Floor Turbulent Flow Diffusers
RFDD/ARFHD: Round Floor Displacement Flow Diffusers
Baskets and Dampers
DBV: Variable Volume Round Floor Basket
C25: Plug-and-Play Cable
RBC: Round Basket with Collar
RPN: Relative Pressure Node
RFB: Round Floor Boot
LFG: Linear Floor Grille
DFG: Displacement Floor Grille
DFG-F: Displacement Floor Grille with Fan
DFGL: Linear Displacement Floor Grille
LFGH: Linear Floor Heater
LFGH-RC: Linear Floor Heater with Recirculation
LFGH-RCV: Linear Floor Heater with Recirculation and VAV Cooling
UMC3: Controller 3 with Bacnet
UMCB: Controller Box Control with Bacnet
UMC1: Controller for Small Zones
PCU: Underfloor Pressure Controller
FDBU: Fan Terminal Booster Unit
FPCU/FECU/FDCU: Fan Terminal Unit
DGU: Deflection Grille
DGD: Deflection Grille with Damper
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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.
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.