A measure of the movement of a given volume of air in or out of a building or room in a specified time period; usually expressed in cubic feet per minute.

The most common term used to refer to the amount of outside air that needs to be introduced into a building is ‘Air Changes per Hour’ (ACH).

The ACH can vary widely depending upon what is going on inside the building: for example – it is generally considered that 4 ACHs is the minimum ‘air change rate’ for any commercial or industrial building.

Let’s start by reviewing a few questions people ask:

## 'air change'

### What is air change rate (ACPH)...

Air changes per hour, abbreviated ACPH or ACH, or air change rate is a measure of the air volume added to or removed from a space (normally a room or house) divided by the volume of the space.

### What does a aerospace engineer do...

Aerospace engineers work with other professionals involved in designing and building aircraft, spacecraft, and their components. Therefore, they must be able to communicate well, divide work into manageable tasks, and work with others toward a common goal.

### What is the formula for air change rate...

Air change rate - air change per hour - expressed in imperial Units. n = 60 q / V (1) where. n = air change per hour (1/h) q = fresh air (make up air) flow through the room (Cubic Feet per Minute, cfm) V = volume of the room (Cubic Feet)

### What are the stages of the engineering change process...

The stages of the engineering change process are: Issue identification & scoping: Someone identifies a problem or issue and determines that it may require a change. The scope of the issue and its possible impact are estimated.

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