Air Conditioner Case Study

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Introduction: Resolution: “be it resolved that the seminary library to be air conditioner.” Honorable judges, fathers, worth opponents, ladies and Gentlemen Good afternoon. Air conditioning is not only an environmental problem, it is also a social problem. Secretary of the Unites State of the America John Kerry said in Vienna that air conditioners are as big of a threat to life as the threat of terrorism posed by groups like the Islamic State. He said this because he knows that the chemicals used in air conditioners can destroy our mother earth. So, when we talk about air conditioner, we should not only consider the good effect that the air conditioner will do to us, but we need also to consider the harmful effect of the air conditioner will do to us. We should calculate the good and bad about it. We should consider also the insidious effect of central air- how it enables the development of parts of the country previously uninhabitable and which would still be but for the constant cooling, and how it is destroying the street culture of the areas…show more content…
We the negative side knows that control of temperature and relative humidity is critical in the preservation of library and archival collections because unacceptable levels of these contribute significantly to the breakdown of materials. High relative humidity provides the moisture necessary to promote harmful chemical reactions in materials and, in combination with high temperature, encourages mold growth and insect activity. Extremely low relative humidity, which can occur in winter in centrally heated buildings, may lead to desiccation of some materials. 2. Temperature, relative humidity, light, and air quality all affect the longevity of library and archival collections. According to our seminary librarian, the temperature, humidity, light and the air quality of the seminary library is in normal condition, we only needs rearrangement of books and

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