Automation of 1.5tr Air Conditioning Systems Used in Different Cabins in Different Areas

Year : 2024 | Volume :11 | Issue : 01 | Page : 1-8
By

Anirudh Mishra

Anand Thorat

  1. Student Department of Mechanical Engineering IPS Academy, Institute of Engineering and science Madhya Pradesh India
  2. Assistant Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering IPS Academy, Institute of Engineering and science Madhya Pradesh India

Abstract

India is the world’s most populous country and temperatures in many states regularly exceed 40°C. Therefore, people living in humid climates need a means to control temperature. Scientists have determined that human comfort is between 22°C and 27°C. This research determines all the properties of air relevant to the operation of water pipes. Exploring automation in air conditioning systems with Passive Infrared Sensor is to develop and implement intelligent climate control solutions that leverage human presence detection. We use the right tools and techniques for plumbing installation in many rooms and cabins. Maintain and determine all aspects of loading and operating ductwork, including uneven friction, uneven cooling, and adequate air distribution at all locations. The goal is to reduce energy consumption, lower operational costs, and create environments that are both environmentally sustainable and fulfill to the needs of occupants in various settings, spanning residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional spaces. This article will focus on how to install a pipeline, how to make the necessary calculations for various losses, how to study the air velocity at various points of the pipeline, and how air should be distributed to each area

Keywords: Air duct, air flow, sensor, ESP32, cooling

[This article belongs to Journal of Refrigeration, Air conditioning, Heating and ventilation(jorachv)]

How to cite this article: Anirudh Mishra, Anand Thorat. Automation of 1.5tr Air Conditioning Systems Used in Different Cabins in Different Areas. Journal of Refrigeration, Air conditioning, Heating and ventilation. 2024; 11(01):1-8.
How to cite this URL: Anirudh Mishra, Anand Thorat. Automation of 1.5tr Air Conditioning Systems Used in Different Cabins in Different Areas. Journal of Refrigeration, Air conditioning, Heating and ventilation. 2024; 11(01):1-8. Available from: https://journals.stmjournals.com/jorachv/article=2024/view=146017




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Volume 11
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Received April 4, 2024
Accepted April 8, 2024
Published May 14, 2024