Investigation of Design and Performance of an Air Conditioning Experiment Room to Work with Minimum Energy Consumption

Yılmaz Akgüney


The air in a certain area, an experimental facility was set up to keep the temperature, humidity, velocity and mix ratio at the desired level and to minimize the energy used.  The behavior and performance of this system are examined experimentally.  Human health and comfort and the use of energy for industrial purposes are inevitable.  The aim here is to achieve the minimum energy consumption of the system used.  The computer was used as the control organ to minimize energy use.  For this purpose, studies on the prepared test facility were continued. The circuit between the system and the computer was designed.  Heater, humidifier, mixing system, design and necessary transfer between the sensors and the computer realized.  This experiment room was controlled by the computer assisted open-close method within the limits of the comfort zone.  As a result, it was seen to perform well.  In addition, this facility can be easily adapted to the application of other types of control.

Keywords: Controlled room, technique of conditioning, boundaries of comfort region, an environmental space.

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