Comfort Control Principles

Air conditioning systems maintain the desired indoor comfort level, starting with space temperature. Other comfort parameters include maintaining acceptable room humidity, air motion, air quality, and air purity. The relative importance of each system function depends upon the specific project and application. Zoning is required to maximize the number of spaces that are successfully conditioned to the design criteria. There are many different types of HVAC systems, and many more elements that can be used to achieve the heating and cooling capacity, provide ventilation, maintain humidity, distribute the air within the spaces, etc. This module will discuss various temperature control strategies and HVAC systems that can be employed to maximize comfort provided to the building occupants.

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