Principles of Evaporative Cooling System


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Evaporative coolers, often called "swamp coolers", are cooling systems that use only water and a blower to circulate air. When warm, dry (unsaturated) air is pulled through a watersoaked pad, water is evaporated and is absorbed as water vapor into the air. The air is cooled in the process and the humidity is increased.

The evaporator cooling technology is an energy-efficient alternative to compressor-based cooling. In dry and arid regions, evaporative cooling can meet most or all building cooling loads using one-fourth the energy of conventional equipment. It can also be applied costeffectively when integrated with conventional chiller systems, which can greatly improve a facility's load profile. Unfortunately, evaporative cooling requires an abundant water source and is only effective when the relative humidity is low, restricting its efficient use to dry climates (most of the south-western USA and other dry-climate areas worldwide).

Content:-
SECTION 1: PRINCIPLES OF EVAPORATIVE COOLING
SECTION 2: WHY CHOOSE EVAPORATIVE COOLING
SECTION 3: TYPES OF EVAPORATIVE COOLING SYSTEMS
SECTION 4: SIZING THE EVAPORATIVE COOLING EQUIPMENT
SECTION 5: WHERE TO USE EVAPORATIVE COOLING
SECTION 6: DESIGN SPECS & FREQUENT ASKED QUESTIONS

Author Details
"A. Bhatia"




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