Ventilation test case

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m (Humidity in the space is always current, but since no-one is really doing anthing with this project, i put it on non-active.)
 
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{{Project
 
{{Project
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|Category=Misc
 
|Category=Misc
 
|Logo=event.png
 
|Logo=event.png
|Participants=Jeffrey,  
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|Participants=Jeffrey,
|Locations=Den Bunker,  
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|Locations=Den Bunker,
 
|Short description=In order to keep the humidity low in the basements, we must try different ways to provide dry air.
 
|Short description=In order to keep the humidity low in the basements, we must try different ways to provide dry air.
 
This approach will blow warmer, dry air from the Josto hallway (between Josto and toilets) to our basement.
 
This approach will blow warmer, dry air from the Josto hallway (between Josto and toilets) to our basement.
 
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This page describes a test case to see if warmer, dry air from the Josto floor can help us to decrease relative humidity in the basement.
 
This page describes a test case to see if warmer, dry air from the Josto floor can help us to decrease relative humidity in the basement.
  
So we get our air via the gaps between the stairway wall and the ceiling:  
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Used materials:
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* tube ventilator, diameter 12,5 cm
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* 10m aluminum flexible tube, diameter 12,5 cm
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* power cords
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* wire straps
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* ducktape (of course..)
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So we get our air via the gaps between the stairway wall and the ceiling:
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[[File:vent1.jpg|300px]]
 
[[File:vent1.jpg|300px]]
  
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In the turn of the aluminum tube we have placed a 'tube ventilator'
 
In the turn of the aluminum tube we have placed a 'tube ventilator'
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[[File:vent3.jpg|300px]]
 
[[File:vent3.jpg|300px]]
  
 
This part is certainly not definitive, but we didn't want to cut the expensive tube (yet):
 
This part is certainly not definitive, but we didn't want to cut the expensive tube (yet):
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[[File:vent4.jpg|300px]]
 
[[File:vent4.jpg|300px]]
  
 
Here is where the air from above is blowing out. If this concept is working well, we have to think about where to place/fix the tube..
 
Here is where the air from above is blowing out. If this concept is working well, we have to think about where to place/fix the tube..
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[[File:vent5.jpg|300px]]
 
[[File:vent5.jpg|300px]]

Latest revision as of 10:00, 23 August 2013


Ventilation test case
What:
In order to keep the humidity low in the basements, we must try different ways to provide dry air.

This approach will blow warmer, dry air from the Josto hallway (between Josto and toilets) to our basement.

Event.png
Participants:
Jeffrey
Category:
Misc
Locations:
Den Bunker

This page describes a test case to see if warmer, dry air from the Josto floor can help us to decrease relative humidity in the basement.

Used materials:

So we get our air via the gaps between the stairway wall and the ceiling:

Vent1.jpg

Vent2.jpg

In the turn of the aluminum tube we have placed a 'tube ventilator'

Vent3.jpg

This part is certainly not definitive, but we didn't want to cut the expensive tube (yet):

Vent4.jpg

Here is where the air from above is blowing out. If this concept is working well, we have to think about where to place/fix the tube..

Vent5.jpg

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