HT Lab1 Report - Introduction: In thermodynamics it is...

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Introduction: In thermodynamics it is stated that the human body is most comfortable when it is releasing just the right amount of heat depending on the situation. The situation depends on the environment conditions as well as the person’s state of living. The dry-bulb(DB) temperature and relative humidity (RH) is enough to describe the enviroment. For example a person exercising in the summer needs cooling and dehumidifying, where as a person sleeping in the winter needs heating and humidifying. All modern homes have an Air conditioning system to provide cooling and dehumidifying. Our purpose is to verify the operations of each component of the entire system and identify the components of a real AC system as well as to further understand the effects of experimental uncertainty. We investigated the Hilton Air Conditioning (AC) system in the SJSU room E 113 that is very similar to most AC systems. The system consist of an open heating and humidifying system with a cooling and dehumidifying section of a closed vapor-
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HT Lab1 Report - Introduction: In thermodynamics it is...

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