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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.8.NQ44464

Preserve Maximum Thermal Comfort by Energy Consumption Substitution in HVAC System: a case study in Mosul

Bashar Mahmood Ali, Dr. Mehmet AKKA┼×


Thermal comfort equipment, such as air conditioning, show the amount of energy consumed by equipment. Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HAVC) is a popular type of equipment that consumes a large part of produced electricity. Thermal comfort devices are high-power consumers, requiring 40% of total generated energy. This research is interested in deriving parameters linked with thermal comfort by defining the real problem of energy and thermal comfort trade off. The findings of this research entail the establishment of hypotheses in this respect in agreement with previously completed investigations.


HVAC, Thermal Comfort, Over Heating, Energy, Air Conditioning.

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