360 Degree Air Cooler and Heater

Authors

  • Yadnyesh Kumkar

Keywords:

Evaporative cooling, Specific humidity, Chloro-Flouro Carbon, Air cooler, 360 degree

Abstract

360 degree air cooler and heater is a device used to cool or heat the air according to the requirement of
the user. As the years are passing by the energy consumption by humans is also increasing as a result there will be
no energy or less energy left for the future generations to use. To reduce the consumption of energy a 360 degree air
cooler and heater need to be used. Another reason for the use of 360 degree air cooler and heater is reduction in
global warming as the conventional air conditioning system gives out Chloro-Flouro carbon resulting in depletion of
Ozone layer due to global warming and also affects climate. Conventional air conditioning system uses three to five
times electricity as compared to the 360 degree air cooler and heater which results in emission of a considerable
amount of heat resulting in global warming.360 degree air cooler and heater is also beneficial as compared to
conventional air conditioning system as it cools the air of all the four direction with the help of chilled water. During
the time of winters the relative humidity of air is high which also leads to low dry bulb temperature so the cooler is
in ideal condition, the efficiency is low as high relative humidity is present. Hence, using a heating coil will make
the cooler more efficient even though the relative humidity of air is high and it will provide us with hot air in colder
conditions. This paper will review the various findings by different researchers to study and compare various design
and results obtained with 360 degree air cooler and heater.

 

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Published

2021-08-16

How to Cite

Yadnyesh Kumkar. (2021). 360 Degree Air Cooler and Heater. Journal of Science & Technology (JST), 6(Special Issue 1), 635–640. Retrieved from https://jst.org.in/index.php/pub/article/view/381

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