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Managing cooling comfort at homes and offices An austerity measures

Malabago, Nolasco K.; Chin, Dindo M.; Celerio, Claro M.

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  "publisher": "Zenodo", 
  "DOI": "10.5281/zenodo.2446200", 
  "container_title": "University of the Visayas - Journal of Research", 
  "language": "ang", 
  "title": "Managing cooling comfort at homes and offices An austerity measures", 
  "issued": {
    "date-parts": [
  "abstract": "<p>People today experience coolness through the use technology (air conditioners) that produces cooling comfort at homes, at offices and even in cars and buses. More importantly, a simple homeowner needs to select an air conditioner that matches the size of a room to install it in, in order to make full use of its capacity or choose to pay more without following the intention of learning the basics of care and maintenance of the unit. The study is then conducted to assess setting up the cooling capacity needed for a particular room size, where to place the unit and what must be done in order to maintain the unit in good operating condition. The study gathers such idea from the office personnel, homeowners (includes lodgers, bed spacers, and transients) taken purposively at random (non-probability sampling procedure using quota). Customarily, people experiencing cooling comfort has the inner motive to work productively and efficiently. The study finds that for most homeowners learned the cooling capacity of a space through a friend and placing it on window line upper part is the common sight for most window type package air conditioners with at most five (5) occupants. The office personnel, on the other hand, stated that the units were provided by the owner of the building when moving in seeing it mounted on floors, walls or ceiling. The prevailing conditions on people&rsquo;s awareness on the practices are limited to what was usually heard from the store attendant upon buying the air conditioners. Information contained on the sheet provided upon receipt of the unit were left unscanned and unattended to. These practices form the basis for recommendations leading to the attainment of experiencing cooling comfort at lower cost.</p>", 
  "author": [
      "family": "Malabago, Nolasco K."
      "family": "Chin, Dindo M."
      "family": "Celerio, Claro M."
  "page": "45-52", 
  "volume": "11", 
  "type": "article-journal", 
  "issue": "1", 
  "id": "2446200"
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