Effect of passive green wall modules on air temperature and humidity
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- ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings (IMECE), 2018, 7
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Copyright © 2018 ASME. Green walls are bio-filters developed to enhance air quality. Often, these walls form the base from which plants are grown; and the plant-wall system helps to remove both gaseous and particulate air pollutants. Green walls can be found indoors or outdoors and they are classified as passive or active systems. Their benefits include temperature reduction, improvement of air quality and reduction of air pollution, oxygen production as well as the social and psychological wellbeing. They can produce changes in the ambient conditions (temperature and humidity) of the air layers around them which create an interesting insulation effect. The effect of passive green wall modules on the air temperature and on humidity is investigated in this work. A closed chamber made of acrylic sheets is used to monitor the temperature and humidity variation caused by a green wall module placed at its center. Temperature and humidity are measured at different locations inside the chamber during operation for different modules with different plant species.
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