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eRep-An Assessment of Desiccant Cooling and Dehumidification Technology, OrNL

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ORNL/CON-309
AN
ASSESSMENTOF
DESICCANT
COOLING
OAK
RIDGE
AND
NATIONAL
DEHUMIDIFICATION
TECHNOLOGY
LABORATORY
_ _ __ _ __ _ __ _
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_ _ _ _ _
NB
y
V.C.
Mei
and
F.C.
Chen
EnergyDivision
Z.
Lavan
Illinois
Institute
of
Technology
R.K.
Collier,
Jr.
Collier
Engineering
Services
and
G.
Meckler
Gershon
Meckler
Associates,
P.C.
July
1992
Preparedby
the
OAK
RIDGE
NATIONAL
LABORATORY
Oak
Ridge,
Tennessee
37831-6285
managed
by
MARTIN
MARIETTA
ENERGY SYSTEMS,
INC.
for
the
U. S.
DEPARTMENTOF
ENERGY
underContract
No.
DE-AC05-840R21400
MANAGEO
BY
MARTIN
MARIETTA
ENERGY
SYSTEMS,
INC.
FOR
THE
UNITEDSTATES
DEPARTMENT
OF
ENERGY
 
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ORNL/CON-309
An
Assessment
of
Desiccant
Cooling
and
Dehumidification
Technology
By
V.
C.
Mei
and
F. C.
ChenEnergy
Division
OakRidge National
Laboratory
Z.
Lavan
Illinois
Institute
of
TechnologyR.
K.
Collier,
Jr.
Collier
Engineering
Servicesand
G. Meckler
Gershon
Meckler
Associates, P.C.
DATE
PUBLISHED:
JULY
1992
Prepared
by
the
OAK
RIDGE
NATIONAL
LABORATORY
Oak
Ridge,
Tennessee
37831-6285
managed
by
MARTIN
MARIETTAENERGY
SYSTEMS,
INC.
for
theU.S.
DEPARTMENTOF
ENERGY
underContract
No.
DE-AC05-840R21400

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