Effect of Air Conditioning on Distribution and Pumping Stationsby C.K. Mathews,
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1956, Vol. 82, Issue 1, Pg. 1-7
Document Type: Journal Paper
Effect can be measured by comparison of hourly demands 10 yr ago with present demands, of ratios maximum hour to average day, and of cost of improvements with and without nonconserved air conditioning; situation can be controlled by equipping all air conditioning systems with evaporative condensers, cooling towers, spray ponds or other water conserving equipment.
Subject Headings: Pumping stations | HVAC | Cooling towers | Water conservation | Equipment and machinery | Evaporation | Comparative studies | Ponds | Cooling (wastewater treatment)
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