Peter V. Nielsen mainly investigates Ventilation, Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Turbulence and Airflow. The concepts of his Ventilation study are interwoven with issues in Proximity effect and Environmental engineering. In the field of Mechanics, his study on Displacement ventilation, Flow and Flow overlaps with subjects such as Airborne transmission.
Peter V. Nielsen combines subjects such as Mechanical engineering and Marine engineering with his study of Computational fluid dynamics. His Turbulence study incorporates themes from Fluid dynamics and Dissipation. His Airflow research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Thermal comfort, Meteorology and Room air distribution.
Peter V. Nielsen mainly focuses on Ventilation, Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics, Displacement ventilation and Airflow. His research in Ventilation intersects with topics in Anesthesia, Architectural engineering, Environmental engineering and Room air distribution. His studies examine the connections between Mechanics and genetics, as well as such issues in Meteorology, with regards to Atmospheric sciences.
His Computational fluid dynamics research integrates issues from Mechanical engineering, Turbulence, Simulation and Marine engineering. His Displacement ventilation research includes elements of Structural engineering and Stratified flow. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Thermal comfort and Airflow.
Ventilation, Computational fluid dynamics, Mechanics, Airflow and Marine engineering are his primary areas of study. His work in Ventilation addresses issues such as Environmental engineering, which are connected to fields such as Volumetric flow rate. Cfd simulation is closely connected to Simulation in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Computational fluid dynamics.
His Mechanics research includes themes of Meteorology and Dispersion. His Airflow research focuses on Thermal comfort and how it connects with Waste management and Indoor air quality. His research investigates the link between Marine engineering and topics such as Full scale that cross with problems in Ceiling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ventilation, Airflow, Mechanics, Computational fluid dynamics and Mechanical engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Contamination, Environmental engineering, Laminar flow and Current in addition to Ventilation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Closing and Air exchange.
His Flow and Displacement ventilation study in the realm of Mechanics interacts with subjects such as Interface and Process. His work carried out in the field of Computational fluid dynamics brings together such families of science as Marine engineering and Turbulence. His work in the fields of Mechanical engineering, such as Piston, intersects with other areas such as Mode.
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How can airborne transmission of COVID-19 indoors be minimised?
Lidia Morawska;Julian W. Tang;William Bahnfleth;Philomena M. Bluyssen.
Environment International (2020)
The Velocity Characteristics of Ventilated Rooms
Peter V. Nielsen;A. Restivo;J. H. Whitelaw.
Journal of Fluids Engineering-transactions of The Asme (1978)
Quality Control of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Indoor Environments.
D.N. Sørensen;Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Indoor Air (2003)
Dispersal of Exhaled Air and Personal Exposure in Displacement Ventilated Rooms
Erik Bjørn;Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Indoor Air (2002)
Knowledge management and innovation performance
Bengt‐Åke Lundvall;Peter Nielsen.
International Journal of Manpower (2007)
Dispersion of exhaled droplet nuclei in a two-bed hospital ward with three different ventilation systems
H. Qian;Y. Li;P. V. Nielsen;C. E. Hyldgaard.
Indoor Air (2006)
Characteristics of Airflow from Open Windows
Per Kvols Heiselberg;Kjeld Svidt;Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Building and Environment (2001)
Flow in Air Conditioned Rooms
P. V. Nielsen.
Ph. D. thesis from the Technical University of Denmark (1976)
The Selection of Turbulence Models for Prediction of Room Airflow
Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Ashrae Transactions (1998)
Personal Exposure in Displacement Ventilated Rooms
Henrik Brohus;Peter Vilhelm Nielsen.
Indoor Air (1996)
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