ijett-book-cover  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT)          
© 2013 by IJETT Journal
Volume-4 Issue-4                       
Year of Publication : 2013
Authors : R.K. Waghchore , M.R.Jumde , A.H.Somwanshi


R.K. Waghchore , M.R.Jumde ,A.H.Somwanshi. "ADVANCE COOLING AND HEATING SYSTEM FOR CABINET". International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT). V4(4):734-738 Apr 2013. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


The performance analysis of modern cooling and heating system for cabinet using cellulose cooling pad is introduced in this paper. Average maximum dry bulb temperature of 41.5 °C and average relative humidity of 38% is selected for the analysis. An experimental study is conducted in a room equipped with a fan and cooling pad for cooling system. Rectangular pads with rigid cellulose material is used called cell ulose cooling pad. The dry bulb temperature, wet bulb temperature and humidity are estimated. Temperature difference and humidity variation with air mass flow and flow of water are plotted on the graph. Experimental measurements were carried out in comparison with desert cooler for 3 different days inside the room. The experimental results showed that advance cooling and heating system for cabinet maintaining the humidity in the specific range of 60% which is nearer to human comfort. The overall effi ciency of the system is quite high and in combination with the dry and warm outside climate conditions enabled the air to enter the room with a temperature even 12ºC to 13ºC lower than that of outside air temperature. It is observed that material with high er wetted surface area gives higher saturation efficiency.


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Cellulose, cooling pad, dry bulb tem perature, wet bulb temperature, humidity .