ERIC Number: ED031908
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963-Jan
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How to Plan Ventilation Systems.
Clarke, John H.
National Safety News, pp28-33, 64,66,68 January 1963
Ventilation systems for factory safety demand careful planning. The increased heat loads and new processes of industry have introduced complex ventilation problems in--(1) ventilation supply, (2) duct work design, (3) space requirements, (4) hood face velocities, (5) discharge stacks, and (6) building eddies. This article describes and diagrams ways and means for handling and maintaining industrial exhaust systems, with equipment which must be designed for particular situations--(1) air cleaning equipment, and (2) air supply systems. (TG)
Descriptors: Air Flow, Building Design, Chimneys, Construction Needs, Equipment, Industrial Structure, Laboratories, Mechanical Equipment, Physical Environment, Planning, Ventilation
National Safety Council, 425 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Ill. 60611
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