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|Title:||Indirect evaporative cooling - an energy efficient way for air conditioning|
|Citation:||Advanced Materials Research, 2013 / Li, Y.G., Li, Y., Pan, W.G. (ed./s), vol.608-609, pp.1198-1203|
|Publisher:||Trans Tech Publications Ltd.|
|Series/Report no.:||Advanced Materials Research|
|Conference Name:||International Conference on Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development (EESD) (12 Oct 2012 - 14 Oct 2012 : Jilin, China)|
|Min Lei Chen, Xiao Long Liu, Eric Hu|
|Abstract:||Invention and the widely use of air conditioning has improved people’s working and living conditions. However, it also consumes significant amount of energy, accounting for over 40% of total energy used in the buildings. Indirect evaporative cooling (IEC) is a relatively new kind of air conditioning mechanism developed. It is not only uses less energy comparing with traditional air conditioning, but also overcomes the weaknesses of a direct evaporative cooling (DEC) system. The weaknesses of DEC include humidifying the supply air and minimum temperature of supply air is not lower than wet bulb temperature.|
Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC)
|Rights:||©(2013) Trans Tech Publications|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest|
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