Title

Dehumidification at Part Load

Secondary Author(s)

Henderson Jr., Hugh

Report Number

FSEC-GP-151-06

URL

http://publications.energyresearch.ucf.edu/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/FSEC-GP-151-06.pdf

Keywords

Dehumidification; Buildings; Air Quality

Abstract

Engineers and equipment manufacturers need a better understanding of de-humidification performance at part-load conditions to evaluate the impacts of their design choices on indoor humidity levels, occupant comfort, and indoor air quality. Data from previous field test studies 1,2 show that the moisture removal capacity of a cooling coil degrades at part-load conditions - especially when the supply air fan operates continuously.

Date Published

4-1-2004

Subjects

Buildings - Air Quality; Buildings - Dehumidification

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