Panasonic: air conditioner / Adilla Che Yang Sapari

Sapari, Adilla Che Yang (2022) Panasonic: air conditioner / Adilla Che Yang Sapari. [Entrepreneurship Project] (Unpublished)


Until early 1900s, the only way to cool a house was to open a window. Although the technology for air conditioners had been invented in 1902, but it was not introduced for residential use. But nowadays, almost every house has the air conditioner because of the unpredictable weather. This is because the condition such as heat and humidity can impact on our overall physical intellectual activity, making even the simplest become harder. Having a proper air conditioning in the space can help reduces heat and humidity, thus reducing the impact on our ability to perform and complete the task. The lower temperature that creates by air conditioner can help reduce dehydration as they lessen the excessive sweating. The air conditioner effectively helps renew and improve the air quality in the space. Air conditioning works by reducing the humidity and heat within a space. It will remove the moisture from the air and then pushing the cooler temperatures through the evaporation cooling. Over time the area will have less and less moisture in the air. So, this will make one need to drink fluids to keep stay hydrated. The air conditioner also can cause some effect to the user when use it for a long time. Thus, the improvement should be made in order to satisfy the customer to use the air conditioner for a long time without much trouble.


Item Type: Entrepreneurship Project
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Sapari, Adilla Che Yang
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HF Commerce > Business
T Technology > T Technology (General) > Industrial research. Research and development
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Perlis > Arau Campus > Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Keywords: Panasonic ; Air Conditioner ; Improvement
Date: 13 January 2022
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