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Overall temperature reduction year round
The overall reduction in temperature from the outside air temperature is best appreciated if we compare the temperature of the supply air before and after cooling. This comparison is done based on the period of critical heat relief from 9qm to 5pm where cooling is most needed in the South East Asian region. The data used is
the based on a recent set of hourly data obtained from the local meteorological department for the entire period of one year but only from 9am to 5pm.
The comparison does not take into account of any heat radiated from roof and walls or any source of process heat.
This 1st pie chart applies to the outside air before any cooling. It shows the various ranges of temperature exist during the Critical Heat Relief Zone (9am to 5pm) and its occurrence by percentage breakdown.
For example, during the period, the pie charts reveals that 33.8% of the time, the temperature of the workspace is subject to a temperature range of 31.1 °C to 33 °C, 31.1% of the time is 29.1 °C to 31 °C and so on and so forth.
This 2nd pie chart applies to the supply air into the workspace after cooling. It shows the various ranges of temperature of the supply air that is introduced into the workspace and its occurrence by percentage breakdown.
For example, during the period, the pie charts reveals that 40.0% of the time, the workspace is subject to a supply air of temperature range of 27.1 °C to 28 °C, 35% of the time is 26.1 °C to 27 °C and so on and so forth.
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