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Trabajo de ingles yassine achabi y alberto garcia moreno


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Trabajo de ingles yassine achabi y alberto garcia moreno

  2. 2. THERMAL LOAD <ul><li>The term thermal load may refer to:      * Thermal load, internal stresses in the structures resulting product expansion of the temperature rise. </li></ul><ul><li>     * Thermal load, amount of thermal energy to move in </li></ul><ul><li>rooms to be cooled or subjected to cold regime. </li></ul>
  3. 3. CONDENSER <ul><li>In electricity and electronics, a capacitor is a device that stores electrical energy, is a passive component. It consists of a pair of conductive surfaces in a position to influence total (that is, that all electric field lines will start from a stop to the other), usually in the form of tables, fields or sheets, separated by a material dielectric (this being used in a capacitor to reduce the electric field as it acts as an insulator) or by vacuum, which, subject to a potential difference (pd) acquire a certain electric charge, one positive and negative plates in the other (being zero total charge stored </li></ul>
  4. 4. COLD CONDENSER <ul><li>Condensation may occur by using air using a fan or water (the latter often in closed circuit with cooling tower, a river or sea). The condensation is used to condense the steam, after performing a thermodynamic work eg a steam turbine or steam to condense the compressed cold compressed in a cooling circuit. It is possible to continue cooling the fluid, supercooled liquid obtained in the case of air conditioning. </li></ul>
  5. 5. DEHUMIDIFIER <ul><li>A dehumidifier is a device that reduces humidity. </li></ul>It consists of a heat pump to provide a cold zone where condensing humidity and a hot zone to retrieve the temperature. It works by passing a current of air through the evaporator (cold zone), which is at a temperature below the dew point, causing the humidity to condense and drip into a tank or a drain. After being dried and cooled air passes through the condenser (hot zone), which retrieves the ambient temperature and further reduces its relative humidity.
  6. 6. HEATING <ul><li>Heating, air conditioning is a form that is to satisfy the thermal equilibrium when there is excessive loss of body heat dissipated into the environment through a heat input that allows a comfortable room temperature. </li></ul><ul><li>These systems are designed to be </li></ul><ul><li>cooled, especially in winter, </li></ul><ul><li>the indoor environment of buildings, houses, shops, etc.. </li></ul>