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Dr. U. V. Kongre, C. M. Singh, A. B. Biswas (2014)
Publisher: IJER
Journal: International Journal of Engineering Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: — Desiccant wheel, Condenser, Solar water heater, Air cooler, Control unit, Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040, Technology, T
The experiment investigated and evaluated the feasibility of an solar desiccant air conditioner. Its effectiveness as a possible air conditioner option used in household air conditioner or as an energy efficient and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional air conditioning units used in houses are evaluated. A solar water heater was used as heat gain. The model utilizes the technology of solar air conditioner system. The purpose in the long term would be reduced the consumption of electricity used for air conditioning, reduce harmful emission and hence saving money.
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