Circulatory Air Rings and Their Influence on Air Distribution in Shallow Subways
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The authors inform on the results of mathematical modeling of shallow tunnel ventilation air distribution, indicate air flows at the underground station platforms due to the plunger effect of moving trains, and analyze air circulation generated nearby the stations when trains approach or pull out.
Key wordsSubway tunnel ventilation plunger effect air distribution
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