Real-Time Ventilation Measurements from Mechanically Ventilated Livestock Buildings for Emission Rate Estimations

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2004-08-01
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Koziel, Jacek
Hoff, Steven
Bundy, Dwaine
Huebner, M.
Hoff, Steven
Zelle, B.
Jacobson, Larry
Hetchler, Brian
Johnson, V.
Nicolai, R.
Schmidt, David
Goodrich, P.
Heber, Albert
Ni, Ji-Qin
Lim, T.
Tao, P.
Zhang, Y.
McClure, J.
Jerez, S.
Roberts, M.
Koziel, Jacek
Baek, B.
Balota, A.
Spinhirne, J.
Sweeten, J.
Beasley, D.
Baughman, G.
Munilla, R.
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Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
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A six-state USDA-IFAFS funded research project (Aerial Pollutant Emissions from Confined Animal Buildings, APECAB) was conducted with the purpose of determining hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, PM10, and odor emission rates from selected swine and poultry housing systems. An important aspect of emission studies is to be able to measure the mass flow rate of air through the housing system. For this research project, the decision was made to study only fan ventilated buildings due to the difficulty in estimating mass flow rates through naturally ventilated buildings. This paper highlights the various techniques used throughout the study to determine mass flow rate through fan ventilated swine and poultry housing systems.

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This is an ASABE Meeting Presentation, Paper No. 044178.

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