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Ventilation and energy aspects of air conditioning in stalls in winter

, : Ventilation and energy aspects of air conditioning in stalls in winter. Grundlagen der Landtechnik 35(1): 1-6

Based on balance equations for water vapour and heat balance of a stall, changes in the temperature and RH show that in practice standard ventilation during the winter with a constant ventilation rate (according to DIN 18910) in an energy intensive fattening calf stall results in an unacceptably high temperature reduction. A constant RH and temperature may be achieved by using RH to control ventilation and temperature to control heating.

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