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Ventilation in cattle housing


, : Ventilation in cattle housing. Aktuellt fran Lantbruksuniversitetet, Teknik (335): 54 pp

Aspects considered include various principles of ventilation; system design and size; air flow; air flow control, fan location and noise abatement for expelled air; air ducts and location of air intake equipment; slurry odours; heat balance; heat recovery; and automatic control of the system.

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