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    Üyelik Tarihi: 19-11-2021
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    Biyografi: A new humid air humidifier was designed and built. It

    is composed with two identical stages. The condensation is

    achieved on vertical tubes. Many configurations are tested.

    A thermodynamic model has been established. This model

    predicted the performances of each stage. The results

    showed that the flow rate of pure water produced by

    dehumidification and the exchanged heat power increase with

    increasing mass flow rates of dry air and cooling water,

    temperature and absolute humidity of inlet moist air in the

    dehumidifier. The high quantity of water vapor in air makes

    a thick film of condensate on cooling tubes. This reduces

    the flow rate of condensate and thermal power exchanged.

    So, the use of multistage condenser as dehumidifier is must

    but not sufficient for optimum efficiency.

    Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture from a room, but does

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    dehumidifier[/url] cool a room? We explore the answer here.

    Dehumidifiers are an increasingly popular choice, but does

    a dehumidifier cool a room? Not only can reducing humidity

    make your room more pleasant, but it can also help protect

    the people in your home from a host of health issues,

    including respiratory problems and allergies. Dehumidifiers

    can also stop the growth of mold, which can be damaging and

    dangerous to health.

    Understanding how dehumidifiers work and what they do can

    help us answer the question; does a


    dehumidifier/]industrial dehumidifier [/url]cool a room?

    While dehumidifiers aren’t designed to reduce a room’s

    temperature, removing humidity can make it feel cooler and

    more comfortable. They can even have some surprising

    benefits, with dehumidifiers helping with snoring and other


    Dehumidifiers remove excess moisture in the air by drawing

    it in from the outside and cooling it. A refrigerant (or

    compressor) dehumidifier draws in air. This then passes

    through a cold coil that causes the moisture within the air

    to condense, becoming water that subsequently drops to a

    reservoir at the bottom of the machine.

    Alternatively, a desiccant dehumidifier uses an absorbent

    material, such as silica gel or Zeolite, typically formed

    into a rotor. Air is pushed through the rotor, where the

    desiccant material removes moisture from the air. While

    they remove humidity, neither type of dehumidifier won’t

    noticeably affect the temperature of a room. However,

    removing humidity may make the room feel cooler.

    Dehumidifiers aren’t the same as air conditioning units,

    which are designed to generate cold air that’s pumped into

    a room in order to lower the temperature. In contrast,

    dehumidifiers remove the moisture from the existing air

    within a space.

    However, while not specifically designed to cool a room,


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    dehumidifier[/url] still do an essential job within the

    home. A 2018 study from the International Journal of

    Hygiene and Environmental Health found that humid air is

    associated with a whole range of health issues. No matter

    what causes dampness in a house, excessively high humidity

    can lead to the growth of damp and mold, which can be

    dangerous to health, according to the Center for Disease

    Control and Prevention.

    Meanwhile, if the humidity level in a room is too low,

    researchers from Environmental Health Perspectives have

    established that it can cause a range of health problems,

    including skin irritation. Meanwhile, scientists from

    Biological Rhythm Research have also confirmed what most of

    us already know, that high humidity can also have a

    "deleterious effect on sleep". High humidity can

    make a room feel uncomfortable, according to this research

    from Temperature Medical Physiology and Beyond, as the

    sweat produced by our bodies to regulate heat doesn’t

    evaporate as quickly. By removing this humidity, the room

    can feel cooler and more comfortable. As a result, it's

    easier to breathe and sleep.

    Read more: Is condensation on windows bad?
    So, do dehumidifiers cool a room? Sort of. High humidity

    causes heavy, muggy air that can feel clammy and

    uncomfortable. Stabilizing the relative humidity at an

    appropriate level (between 30% and 50%) can help a room

    feel drier, cooler, and more comfortable, according to

    research from Building and Environment. Dehumidifiers are

    designed to remove humid air from a hot room, which can

    have a cooling effect.

    While a dehumidifier can make a room feel less warm, its

    not its primary purpose. If your home is uncomfortably

    warm, we would recommend investing in an air-conditioning

    unit instead.

    Just as dehumidifiers don’t technically cool a room, but

    can have a cooling effect thanks to the reduction in

    humidity, the same concept applies to an entire house. The

    key is to invest in a unit that has the capacity to cover a

    large area. The capacity of your dehumidifier is measured

    in pints per 24 hours and the larger the dehumidifier, the

    more water it will capture from the atmosphere. 

    When it comes to choosing a suitable


    dehumidifier/air-dehumidifier.html]air dehumidifier[/url],

    there are two key aspects to consider. The first is the

    size of the space and the second is how damp or humid the

    area is. 

    The first step in finding a dehumidifier large enough to

    cool a house is to measure your home and calculate its

    total square footage. Once youve got an approximate

    measurement, you can use this handy calculator provided by

    Energy Star to help you select an appropriately sized

    dehumidifier. Approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection

    Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy, this calculator

    will help you estimate how humid and damp your home is so

    that you can find a suitably sized dehumidifier.

    Using the calculator, we can see that a 30-pint

    dehumidifier is suitable for an average-sized three-bed

    family home (2,500 feet). Meanwhile, a ten-12 pint

    dehumidifier will be enough to dehumidify a single room and

    a 20-pint dehumidifier powerful enough to dehumidify a

    typical one-bedroom flat (1,500 feet).
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