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    This is something related to Ventilation of the Substaion room,help needed

    Actually I need some help from you guys on the ventilation of Substation

    What I need to know is there any formulae or guidelines to calculate the heat transfer in the room via ventilation fans of specific flow??

    According to me it may look like this: heat exchanged=air flow*specific heat*density*temp. diff b/w fresh air and exhaust air.

    This is urgent guys If any changes you think I should make or any parameters m missing here plz point out.

    thanx in advance

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    Do people occupy this space? Are there dangerous gasses? Is there a fire suppression that may need purged after discharge? There may be many more questions to be asked before anyone can post a reasonable answer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckartson View Post
    Do people occupy this space? Are there dangerous gasses? Is there a fire suppression that may need purged after discharge? There may be many more questions to be asked before anyone can post a reasonable answer.
    no occupant wil be present in the space. the only dangerous gas that will be present is co2 and that also in case of fire.

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