Lesson 31: Evaporative, Winter And All Year Air Conditioning Systems


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The specific objectives of this lecture are to:
1. Introduce evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.1)
2. Classify evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.2)
3. Discuss the characteristics of direct evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.2.1)
4. Discuss the characteristics of indirect evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.2.2)
5. Discuss the characteristics of multi-stage evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.2.3)
6. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.3)
7. Discuss the applicability of evaporative cooling systems (Section 31.4)
8. Describe winter air conditioning systems (Section 31.5)
9. Describe all year air conditioning systems (Section 31.6)

At the end of the lecture, the student should be able to:
1. Explain the working principle of direct, indirect and multi-stage evaporative cooling systems
2. Perform psychrometric calculations on evaporative cooling systems
3. List the advantages and disadvantages of evaporative cooling systems
4. Evaluate the applicability of evaporative cooling systems based on climatic conditions
5. Describe winter air conditioning systems and perform psychrometric calculations on these systems
6. Describe all year air conditioning systems

Content:-
31.1. Introduction to evaporative air conditioning systems
31.2. Classification of evaporative cooling systems
31.3. Advantages and disadvantages of evaporative cooling systems
31.4. Applicability of evaporative cooling systems
31.5. Winter Air Conditioning Systems
31.6. All year (complete) air conditioning systems
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