VENTOS ONLINE is meant for designers to calculate natural ventilation. The program is mainly suitable for industrial facilities in which, as a result of a manufacturing process, a significant thermal load is created. Then a thermal current generated by a heat source in industrial facilities is a sufficient “driving force” behind ventilation which gusts of wind are not able to disturb.
Input data for the program consists of thermal load, parameters of inlet and outlet vents as well as of mechanical ventilation devices installed in them. The program calculates the maximum temperature under the roof, the quantity and speed of air flowing through each vent as well as pressure levelling in the building. The program allows for taking into account mechanical ventilation and wind effects.
VENTOS ONLINE operates in three languages: Polish, English, and German. It is able to produce a report with all numerical data and a diagrammatic drawing of the building in each of those three languages. The program can be run, for instance, in the Polish language and then a report in another language can be printed additionally.
VENTOS ONLINE account will be activated no later than the second working day.
Formulas in this program are created to determine equilibrium between all thermal gains produced by industrial processes within a building as well as air flow exhausted by the ventilation system. Based on this principle, the program is not intended to calculate air exhaust used to prevent thermodynamic disasters such as fires or an explosion blast in the case of accidental discharge of flammable gases. This program requires the user to possess and apply engineering knowledge and to understand physical phenomena occurring in the natural ventilation of buildings. The results of the program’s calculations will always correspond to the adopted criteria and the input data which have been entered, for which only the user is responsible.
We cannot be held responsible the for the design assumptions and data / Legal liability disclaimer:
All data, information and theoretical assumptions for calculations used in our program have been carefully analyzed and verified by Ventosystem. However, the possibility of the occurrence of errors cannot be ruled out completely. Despite thorough verification we cannot be held responsible for the correctness, completeness and the ongoing pertinence of calculations results obtained on the basis of input data which were not authorized by us.
In particular, Ventosystem is not responsible for any damage and consequences arising as a result of indirect or direct application of calculations which have not been authorized by us. Ventosystem is not responsible for uncritical use of the results for applications which have not yet been tested. Please send remarks and suggestions for corrections to firstname.lastname@example.org