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Environmental Temperatures In A Tunnel Ventilated Barn And In An Air Conditioned Barn In Florida
Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan www.asabe.orgCitation: Pp. 235-242 in Fifth International Dairy Housing Proceedings of the 29-31 January 2003 Conference (Fort Worth, Texas USA) 701P0203.(doi:10.13031/2013.11627)
Authors: D. R. Bray, R. A. Bucklin, L. Carlos and V. Cavalho
Keywords: Air condition, Tunnel ventilation, Heat stress
In the first study, environmental conditions in an air-conditioned barn were compared to those in
an adjacent feed barn with a sprinkler cooling system. THI in the air-conditioned barn was
always below 72. THI in the fan and sprinkler barn was never below 75 during daylight hours.