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Additionally, operational cost differences between evaporatively cooled and sensibly cooled systems are strongly influenced by the cost of energy, which can change significantly between peak and off-peak hours, and the cost of water.
The second objective is to develop an integrated mathematical model to simulate the performance of the evaporatively cooled split AC system in a controlled space under certain operational conditions (using steady-state performance data supplied by the manufacturer and taking into account the transient effect during the ON-OFF compressor cycling) and to experimentally validate this model The third and final objective is to evaluate the model under "real environment conditions" for a case study where the thermal conditions and energy demand of a typical office space in Beirut during three months (June, August, and October) are investigated and where the "sufficiency" of drain water is the limiting factor.
By separating the air streams in this way, the outside air can be cooled evaporatively without influencing the humidity in the white space and without risk of contamination from dust, smoke, pollen, and other particulates.
At the density N [much less than] 1013 [cm.sup.-3] it is observed that the gas consisting of decoupled electrons and ions in the uppermost hyperfine state is evaporatively cooled to a temperature approximately equal to 40 mK.
Air economizers are available as either a "dry air" or "evaporatively conditioned" air system.
Although evaporative cooling is not an option for small insects, some large- and medium-sized grasshoppers, with greater water reserves, apparently can evaporatively cool (Prange 1996, Roxburgh et al.
evaporatively cool by transpiring water through stomata on their surface (Patino et al.
"This indicates that those orbiting very close to more luminous stars might be evaporatively destroyed, or that Jovian planets around stars of lower mass migrate to smaller radii."
Showing LPCA-02 portable chiller, ECS2-250 evaporatively cooled central chiller (250 tons), and mold-temperature controllers.
Hot air is evaporatively cooled in tall towers of falling water; windows are shaded from the sun by photovoltaic wafers embedded in glass and by vines trained on eave extensions.
Following this, they were evaporatively coated with 20 nm of C, using an EmScope SC500 coating unit.