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Analysis of Indoor Temperature and Humidity Changes with the Operation of the Condense Drying Dehumidifier
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Analysis of Indoor Temperature and Humidity Changes with the Operation of the Condense Drying Dehumidifier
Choi, Younhee; Song, Doosam; Sohn, Won-Woo; Lim, Younghoon;
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The purpose of this paper is to analyze the indoor temperature and humidity changes with the operation of a condense drying humidifier. This paper illustrates the principles and composition of a condense drying dehumidifier, which is broadly used in Korean households. Experiments were conducted repeatedly on rainy days in a test chamber. The results showed that the indoor RH was lowered to 40% within 2 hours while the indoor temperature was increased by approximately with the operation of the humidifier.
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