Authors : Muhammad Arief Yusuf.

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 Volume 3 Issue 12

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Architectural solutions that allow the occurrence of air flow in a maximum on the building is very influential in creating internal effect in this architectural aspects on ventilation openings in order to handle the flow of air. This research aims to get the right air flow settings against the comparative dimensions of openings in-let and out-let. To find the optimal aperture quantity comparison in terms of the distribution of the air, conducted simulation Computing Fluid Dynamic (CFD) against some mods i.e. comparison of inlet outlet vents or openings in the building. The simulation took the same day used for simulation and by taking samples in which the highest temperature namely at 12.00 wita, i.e. the sixth day at the highest peak temperature. There are 5 types of Modification comparison openings tested its effect on the quality of temperature and wind speed, including existing conditions i.e. simulation modification 1 window where window and door openings in an open.
The results of a simulation study shows modifications 1 to 5 through comparison and addition of extents openings on some of the walls, so that it is able to raise the wind speed, the area get wind flow directly. While in certain areas, thus lowering the speed of the wind in space. To that end, the expansion of openings should pay attention to the inlet and outlet of magnitude comparisons. Based on a comparison of simulation quantity inlet and outlet against some modifications of natural air flow openings, i.e. modification 4 window, 3 Windows, 2 window, 1 window and ventilation 5, obtained the results that the outlet openings larger than inlet influence of temperature decline retrieved on modification of use 4 Windows, while the worst are obtained on a modification of the use of the 5 openings ventilation openings 4 simulations, this window is able to suppress the temperature of existing conditions with the amount of 1.7 ° c.
Keywords: Inlet-Outlet, Vent, Temperature, Simulation.