This report presents a low cost solution to avoid heat stress in a hot and humid environment based on a solar powered drying of supply air. The air drying facilities and a validation of the benefits through comprehensive human exposure studies are described. The study represents an example of applied participative research performed in a developing country. The report may be used as a background for the improvement of the indoor climate in poor, hot and humid regions without increased use of electricity.
|Place of Publication||Hørsholm|
|Number of pages||58|
|Publication status||Published - 1997|
- indoor climate
- air conditioning
- temperatur control