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Data taken for air temperature and relative humidity at PJ 408 ( Civil Engineering Department )

Floor plan for PJ 408 Air Temperature (C) a) 33 b) 32.6 c) 32.5 a) 32.3 B b) 32.3 c) 32.1 a) 32.1 C b) 32.1 c) 31.9 a) 31.1 D b) 31.1 c) 31.2 a) 31.1 E b) 31.1 c) 31.1 31.1 31.1 32.0 32.2 Average ( C) 32.7 Relative Humidity (%) 61 62 62 64 64 64 64 63 64 65 65 65 64 64 63 64 65 64 64 Average (%) 62

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whereby if the spaces have very low humidity it can damages human skin and body. incubator rooms. Different point have different value or range of the air temperature and relative humidity based on the spaces. Usually at each point the data were taken a few times to get the average or accuracy of the temperature and relative humidity surrounding. It is important to know the percentage of air temperature and relative humidity of each spaces. while too high humidity can growth mildew and dust mite. . Different country have different air temperature and humidity such as Malaysia which don’t have four season rather than western coun try or other Asean country which have four season within a year. In residential hygrometers are used to aid humidity control. Hygrometers also used in sauna room. humidors and museum. By using hygrometers we can identify the air temperature and relative humidity surrounding. Tools Diagram 1 show hygrometers which used to measure air temperature and relative humidity.Introduction Hygrometers is an instrument that were used to measure air temperature and relative humidity in environment.

7. 6. Steps 3. .B and C (for internal spaces). 5. Steps 3 and 4 are repeated for three ( 3 ) times at the same point . D and E for external spaces to measure the air temperature and relative humidity. 1.Procedure In form of group we have to gets the data for air temperature and relative humidity by using hygrometers. Steps 4 and 5 are repeated for point D and E. Based on our understanding below shows the steps taken to collect data by using hygrometers. 2. 4 and 5 are repeated for point B and C. Turn on the hygrometer and press button ‘in’ to gets the data for internal space at first point A. 8. Wait for a few second for first reading. Turn on the hygrometer and press button ‘out’ to gets dat a for external spaces D and E. 9. 3. Calculate the average for air temperature and relative humidity for each point. then key in the data in the schedule. Sketch floor plan of that spaces and set five (5) points A. 4. Draw a schedule to key in the data collect.

3. 5. The lower temperature the higher humidity. . The placement or organizing furniture should refer Uniform Building By Laws (UBBL) or Architect Data (Neufert). 2. Based on our observations and the data collected the classroom still in comfort zone whereby the range for best comfort zone is 30 % .Conclusions and recommendation 1. 4. The furniture in internal spaces affect the temperature whereby it rise a bit temperature rather than external spaces which is open space. Reduce the quantity of furniture in classroom to address the blocking of air movement.65 %.