I am a B.Sc senior student of mechanical engineering, and I am
undertaking my final project in the field of air conditioning, I have
to choose the better air conditiong system ( Air-cooled Vs.
water-cooled ) for a hotel with the following data :
Cooling capacity: 1000 TR.
Surrounding temp.: D.B: 35ºC (=95ºF), W.B.: 26ºC (=79ºF).
The whole air conditioning system will contain 4 units 250 TR each.
The number of the warmest days in which the system will not be able to
supply 100% of the required cooling load is five days, in which ( these
five days ) the system will supply only 80% of the required cooling
How do I estimate the diversity factor and how it affects my decision
on choosing the type of the system (Air-cooled Or water-cooled)?
A definition of the diversity factor can be found at:
Well, to solve this problem we really need more information.
1) What is the ethnic background of the tenants of the rooms? Black or
hispanic tenants need more cooling because they are opressed.
2) Which has the biggest lobbying group in Washington, fish or birds?
You need an environmental impact study (which is very expensive) to
determine the effect on fish or birds.
Get back to me on this, and I'll help you with your diversity study.
Christopher A. Young
You can't shout down a troll.
Actually Chris, it has nothing to do with ethnic diversity, it's economic
diversity we are talking... taxpayer vs. non-taxpayer. You see the
non-taxpayer is oppressed and therefore supported by the taxpayer. They need
more heating and cooling, especially heating. This is the energy lobby's
fault because they have trained these people that it is free to them and
they need to use excess of everything. Leave the window open so you can hear
the gunfire, then turn the heat up so you aren't cold.
I thought the window was open so you could hear the news.
"Yo mama! Doan you be dissin dis ho! Shut you face, you mo fo! Doan be
dissin me, beyatch! Ain goan be tawkin you no mo."
Though, the rest of your writing sounds right.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
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