ACC, low energy housing, India

With Prof. Ashok B. Lal
Understanding the air flow profile with in the occupant, tower spaces, concrete piping and grills, the study highlights possible design improvements by controlled air flow patterns.
Another very important design parameter was to see how well the air changes are able to dissipate the internal heat load and what fraction of heat load can be dissipated by concrete piping.
Understanding heat load within the occupant spaces, responsible for passive draft in no wind conditions and air changes happening and pressure differential obtained for forced exhaust in concrete piping.
The result provided temperatures prevailing inside the occupant spaces.