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Unformatted text preview: possible during the evening hours. 1. Electrolytes can be added to the water during high temperature to replace the losses and to stimulate water consumption. 2. The roof can be changed to a shiny surface that reflects heat, cleaned to avoid rust and dirt, and painted it with a metallic zinc coat. 1. Foggers inject fine water particles into the warm air within a house. As the water vaporizes it absorbs heat from the air, thereby lowering the temperature. 2. Dead airspaces can be avoided by using forced ventilation, tunnel ventilation, and evaporative cooling with power ventilation to keep the air moving. 3. Tunnel ventilation increases convective heat loss by reducing the temperature the birds experience. 4. Evaporative cooling pads operate like foggers except for the fact that the air is cooled when it passes through the wet pads as it enters the house. It ca occur on a continuous basis....
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This note was uploaded on 04/26/2008 for the course POSC 1023 taught by Professor Emmert during the Fall '06 term at Arkansas.
- Fall '06