Author(s): Manish Shankar, Suresh Kumar Badholiya, Rohit Kumar Choudhary
Published in: International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology
License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Volume/Issue: Volume. 6 - Issue. 08 , August - 2017
Human comfort and commercial needs for controlled thermal environment are increasing rapidly. It is needed for the better performance of the man power apart from domestic comfort need and to protect the goods and food material from being deteriorating. The air in an air conditioned space is maintained at certain desired condition with controlled temperature, humidity and velocity of flow. This paper presents the work done by the various researchers in air conditioning and distribution technology and the effect of various parameters of air distribution on indoor environment. It is reflected from the literature that more attention of researchers and designers of air conditioning equipments is needed to work on this least focused but important field of engineering and technology. Many other aspects of air conditioning such as alternative air conditioning methods, alternative refrigerants and savings in energy consumption are being focused by the researchers. Since indoor thermal environment is affected by the air distribution and human comfort can be ensured by the proper air distribution in the spaces .It is found in the literature that many alternative technologies of air distribution are being developed by the researchers to improve indoor environment and savings in energy consumption. Many researchers are working using the mathematical and experimental methods to get the useful results. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tool is gaining importance among the researchers as a modern tool capable of providing useful engineering solutions to the problems particularly involving fluid flow and heat transfer with the saving of cost and time.
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