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An evaporative cooler works by removing the suspended layer of saturated vapor from around the filter, encouraging it to use the ambient heat from the stream of the air thus making it colder, to evaporate to replace the washed-out moisture. The latent heat for water is 2460 J/4.18 J per gram = 588.5 times more than specific heat. (Thanks To Phil Sweet for ...


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This method would work in humid climates. If you live in a humid climate a swamp cooler will not work because there is too much humidity in the air to begin with. Swamp coolers take hot dry air and turn it into cool moist air. The idea is to dehumidify the air going into the swamp cooler so that it will produce cooler air coming out. In theory this should ...


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Its called a chiller rack - fridges are designed to be insulated (keep out heat), while a chiller rack pumps in coolant (often cooled water from a refrigeration unit, either on the rack itself or elsewhere. Its not enough to keep pumping in cold air, or to keep heat out (when you're cooling heat generating devices), you need to vent it somewhere (outside? ...


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