New Method for Calculating Evaporation From Occupied Swimming Pools

New Method for Calculating Evaporation From Occupied Swimming Pools

This new formula for calculating evaporation from occupied swimming pools will aid sizing of HVAC systems and estimates of swimming-pool energy use.

Evaporation from swimming pools increases with the number of occupants and the intensity of their activity. Removing evaporated moisture so humidity does not exceed safe limits is the role of ventilation/dehumidification systems. Design equipment capacity has to match the evaporation that occurs at maximum occupancy. Pools, however, seldom see maximum occupancy and indeed are unoccupied much of the time. For accurate determination of energy consumption and the design of effective contro

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