Evaluation of Indoor Noise Levels: Attributed to Mechanical MVHR Systems

Breen, A.
April 2008
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Apr2008 Supplement, Vol. 80, p26
The article discusses the assessment of indoor noise levels using mechanical ventilation with heat recovery systems (MVHR). It states that MVHR is a system used to provide supply and extract ventilation in domestic surroundings. It presents a step-by-step method to calculate the noise level through the ventilation system. It also determines that the noise level of the system is reliant on the required volume and system resistance.


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