Climate Control


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climate control

[′klī·mət kən′trōl]
(climatology)
Schemes for artificially altering or controlling the climate of a region.
(engineering)

Climate control

An HVAC system.

Climate Control

 

various measures and devices that assist in the creation of an artificial indoor climate. Climate control, which is sometimes maintained only in work areas, is achieved through air-conditioning and heating systems, radiation and convective cooling, and ventilation. The effect of climate control is determined by the temperature, humidity, and movement of the air, as well as by the temperature of the floor, walls, ceiling, and contents of the room.

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