SOLAR AIR CONDITIONING.

Sheridan Norman R. (1983). SOLAR AIR CONDITIONING.. In: Solar Energy Applications in the Tropics, Proceedings of a Regional Seminar and Workshop on the Utilization of Solar Energy in Hot Humid Urban Development., Singapore, Singapore, (57-89). .

Author Sheridan Norman R.
Title of paper SOLAR AIR CONDITIONING.
Conference name Solar Energy Applications in the Tropics, Proceedings of a Regional Seminar and Workshop on the Utilization of Solar Energy in Hot Humid Urban Development.
Conference location Singapore, Singapore
Publisher D. Reidel Publishing Co
Publication Year 1983
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status Not yet assessed
ISBN 9027715068
Start page 57
End page 89
Total pages 33
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Passive and active solar air conditioners are briefly described. Evaluation of passive systems in terms of comparative values of the Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied is advocated, and the method is applied to a building with a roof pool. Performance of active systems and the possible avenues for performance improvements are considered. The solar fraction is suggested as the objective function. After making recommendations for system design, the paper continues by analyzing cost data for several Australian installations. Finally, system costs are estimated for the end of this decade when these systems could be economic for remote areas.
Subjects 2200 Engineering
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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Sub-type: Fully published paper
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