Re: [DML] Re: What temperature should AC be on normal setting?
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Re: [DML] Re: What temperature should AC be on normal setting?



On 25/07/2012 13:27, content22207 wrote:
> Also avoid the temptation to use Fan Speed 4 -- the more time air spends in contact with the evaporator, the more heat transfer can take place.
>
.
This is incorrect. A higher flow rate will always increase heat 
transfer, just as it does on the car's radiator. HOWEVER, equally it's 
true that the air temperature coming off the evaporator will be lower at 
lower flow rates, just as it's higher coming off the radiator at low 
flow rates.

 From an energy transfer perspective, the cabin will cool faster on a 
higher fan speed, but the vents won't *feel* as cold.

Martin


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