how air conditioners work - how to make air cooler at home

by:HICOOL     2019-07-02
how air conditioners work  -  how to make air cooler at home
In 1902, a young electrical engineer named Willis Haviland Carrier developed the first modern air conditioning system.
It was designed to solve the problem of Sackett-
Will Holmes print publishing company in Brooklyn, New York. Y.
The paper in the factory sometimes absorbs moisture from the warm summer air, which makes the layered ink technology at that time difficult to apply.
The carrier handles the air inside the building by blowing the air through the freezer.
The air is cooled as it passes through the cold pipe, and since the cold air cannot carry more moisture like the warm air, the process reduces the humidity of the factory and stabilizes the water content of the paper.
Reducing humidity also has a side benefit of reducing air temperature ---
New technology was born.
Carrier realized that he had developed something with far.
Reach the potential, soon after the air-
Air conditioning systems are beginning to appear in theaters and shops to make the long, hot summer more comfortable [source: Time].
The actual process of air conditioning to reduce air temperature in the room environment is based on a very simple scientific principle.
The rest is achieved by applying some clever mechanical techniques.
In fact, the air conditioner is very similar to other appliances in your home ---
The air conditioner has no external housing on which the refrigerator is insulated.
Instead, the walls in your home keep the cold air in and the hot air in.
Let's go to the next page where we'll find out what happens to all the hot air when you use the air conditioner.
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