Design and construction of an industrial ship conditioning system

International Journal of Physical Sciences and Engineering

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Title Design and construction of an industrial ship conditioning system
 
Creator Farfán, Ricardo Fabricio Muñoz
Zambrano, Telly Yarita Macías
Badillo, Fausto Roberto Andrade
Solís, Adrián Adalberto Hernández
 
Subject conditioning
efficiency energetic
evaporative
productive performance
thermal comfort
 
Description This project is based on the design and construction of an industrial air conditioning system for the improvement of the working thermal comfort of workers that for various reasons there is the trend of the increase in body temperature are these by machines, equipment or the same work activities, which affects the productive performance and possible health risks. During development, the selection of mechanical equipment such as the fan, water pump, ventilation transport ducts is studied with high rates of energy efficiency. In the light of the above, the environmental economic partner alternative is chosen to implement the evaporative conditioning system, conducive to working in open places to lower the temperature by labor and technology installed in the production areas, as well as the extraction of fumes derived from production processes. The importance of the evaporative conditioning system is to derive the appropriate mechanisms to take advantage of the surface heat transfer of a panel and copper and aluminum coil using water, and thus take advantage of its temperature differential reaching 25oC, with an average humidity of 66% and energy consumption of 0.29 KW/h.
 
Publisher Universidad Tecnica de Manabi
 
Date 2020-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijpse/article/view/423
10.29332/ijpse.v4n1.423
 
Source International journal of physical sciences and engineering; Vol. 4 No. 1: April 2020; 29-38
2550-6943
2550-6951
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijpse/article/view/423/468
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International journal of physical sciences and engineering
 

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