1 edition of Passive cooling found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Energy, Conservation and Renewable Energy Inquiry and Referral Service in Silver Spring, MD
Written in English
|Series||Information, FS -- 186, Information (Silver Spring, Md.), FS (United States. Conservation and Renewable Energy Inquiry and Referral Service) -- 186|
|Contributions||United States. Conservation and Renewable Energy Inquiry and Referral Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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Passive cooling utilizes natural conduction, convection, and radiation to cool a component. Active cooling requires the use of energy specifically dedicated to cooling the component. One modern example of these two cooling categories of cooling is in heat sink and heat spreader design, both of which utilize fundamental heat transfer : Arrow Electronics. Not an easy book to read, but packed with useful information about how to calculate the heat loss and gain of your passive solar house design. Gives case studies from the author's wealth of passive solar home building experience during the decade and a half he owned a passive solar home building business/5. With greater awareness of the need to reduce energy consumption comes a growth of interest in passive cooling, particularly as an alternative to air-conditioning. This book describes the fundamentals of passive cooling together with the principles and formulae necessary for its successful : CRC Press.
Book Description. Energy use in buildings in the EU represents about 40% of the total annual energy consumption. With greater awareness of the need to reduce energy consumption comes a growth of interest in passive cooling, particularly as an alternative to air-conditioning. 3 Passive Cooling. Passive cooling strategies prevent the building from overheating by blocking solar gains and removing internal heat gains (e.g. using cooler outdoor air for ventilation, storing excess heat in thermal mass). Elements that contribute to passive cooling include the following: Fixed/operable external shading; Thermal mass. Passive cooling for thermal comfort in summer is a big issue in low-energy building design. An important reason is global warming because global warming increases the number of cooling degree days. In addition, the energy demand of buildings has increased rapidly due to both the improvement of living standards and the globalisation of modern architecture.
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedPassive cooling introduction What is passive cooling? Passive cooling is a common solution to keep the computer pdf cool pdf a fan Generally, it works with a metal piece placed on the CPU or GPU to dissipate the heat (heat sinks) In a desktop computer it looks like this: Passive CPU Cooler (source: Amazon) Passive GPU (source: Amazon).Paradoxically, solar air-conditioning can contribute significantly to the alleviation of the problem.
This book includes fully detailed treatment of the theory and applications of the techniques involved: vapour absorption systems, solar absorption systems, solar absorption cooling, radiative cooling and desiccant cooling.Passive Ebook addresses all of the existing creative energyless means of keeping buildings e Cooling addresses all of ebook existing creative energyless means of keeping buildings cool.
Unlike passive heating, which draws on the sun, passive cooling relies on three natural heat sinks - the sky, the atmosphere, and the earth to achieve temperature moderation.