Practical Ventilation Measures for Livestock Vessels

Project Code:  LIVE.0211

Year of Published: 2002

This study was undertaken as a result of the report “Investigation of ventilation efficacy on livestock vessels” that identified the need for practical measures to be identified to improve ventilation and/or reduce the cost of ventilation on livestock vessels.

This study was undertaken as a result of the report “Investigation of Ventilation Efficacy on Livestock Vessels” that identified the need for practical measures to be identified to improve ventilation and/or reduce the cost of ventilation on livestock vessels.

The suggested practical measures are divided into two sections; the first are applicable to new and existing ships and the second only apply to new ship designs and the refitting of existing ships. The report is an important contribution to the development of the 'Hot Stuff' software.

Keywords: Cattle, Sheep, Goats, Dairy, On-board/transport, Transport, Heat stress/Ventilation

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