Author : Vinit Kumar 1
Date of Publication :18th May 2022
Abstract: The present work experimentally carried the study of comparative analysis of different type of room heater for space heating and thermal comfort. In cold climate the human being is required thermal comfort. In rural areas, humans are using the domestic heater, blower and other different types of heater for thermal comfort. Although sometimes used of these types of heater results oxygen level is down and so it is harmful to health. A comparative analysis was done in this work to reduce these problems. In these experiments, three different types of heater were used, and in the present work suggested the best type of heater for room heating in cold climate. A room is heated with a volume of 3 x 2.4 x 3.65 m3 for thermal comfort, the temperature and humidity is measured and calculates the total temperature rise and humidity drop of the room. The comfort and combine study of performance of blower, rod heater and circular heater was done in the Ramanujan hostel room at Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, Sultanpur during night. The study was confined to 9 PM to 4 AM from January 2019 to March 2019. The experimental study was done in night so solar radiation by sun is negligible and the reading is effectively observed. Therefore, the three cases were carried experimentally for room heating in cold climate and a comparative analysis is done of these three cases (blower, circular heater and rod heater).
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