Thermal environment measurement
and analysis technology
Technology for verification of actual thermal environments with full-scale experiments.
Background and Outline
In recently constructed large buildings, there are many work spaces that have good views thanks to the use of wide glass surfaces.
In an increasing number of cases, high performance window systems such as airflow windows, push-pull windows and double skin windows are installed to lower skin load. Shinryo has technology to verify and analyze both the performance of these systems and indoor thermal environments. We can also verify designs through full-scale proving tests of temperature, humidity and air flows, etc., using various air conditioning systems in clean rooms.
Solar simulator (when lit)
Glass sashes (Viewed from outside of room)
- Full-scale experimental equipment reproduces diverse air conditioning methods consisting of perimeter air conditioning or interior air conditioning. This technology can verify thermal environments with greater accuracy by measuring the temperature distribution and air flow distribution.
- The environment simulation room equipped with a solar simulator permits unrestricted setting of outdoor air temperature and humidity conditions. It can also be used to install sashes that are actually used to collect accurate indoor thermal environment data by season.
- This technology can be used to install full-scale experimental equipment to confirm the state of airflow in a clean room, perform dust testing, or confirm turbulent flow and turbulent flow areas.
View of summer condition measurement
(using blinds inside room)
View of winter condition measurement
Verification experiment for seat blower air conditioning
Full-scale verification experiment for a clean room