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Discusses the merits, configuration, control and economics of using the adiabatic saturation process in conjunction with central station air conditioning to enhance system economics and environmental quality in data processing office facilities. Points out that computer and other humidity-sensitive equipment have moved out of the computer room and into the office. States the design approach described is particularly applicable to data processing, general office and speculative office building construction. Notes the system takes advantage of low-grade heat, normally discarded by most air conditioning systems.


KEYWORDS: Air conditioning, humidity, variable volume air conditioning, air conditioning, offices, electrical installations, computers, equipment, electronic, computers, evaporative cooling, adiabatic

Citation: Symposium, ASHRAE Transactions, vol.97, Pt. 1, New York 1991