Retrofitting Isothermal Dehumidifiers To Central Air-Conditioning Systems Can Help Reduce Your Energy Bills
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Mrinal is a research scientist at the National University of Singapore. Research interests include Desiccant assisted dehumidification, M-cycle (Maisotsenko cycle), Analytical modelling of thermal systems, Micro-channel flows, Mini/micro-scale flow boiling, HVACs, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Inverse problems.

                       

Retrofitting Isothermal Dehumidifiers To Central Air-Conditioning Systems Can Help Reduce Your Energy Bills

In developed countries, building energy consumption accounts for roughly 50% of the total energy usage. HVAC (Heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning) equipment, especially in hot and humid climates, is responsible for a major proportion of the total building energy consumption. Thus, making air-conditioners more efficient and more reliant on renewable energy sources is an important step towards cutting down carbon emissions and reversing climate change. This article presents a retro-fit dehumidification solution to make existing central air-conditioning systems more efficient by...

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