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What is the Adiabatic cooling system?

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Hi all
Please suggest me this is right or wrong,i am confused about adiabatic !!

Adiabatic cooling system is the process of reducing heat energy with the help of conventional natural methods like sprinkling of water to maintain the temperature.
It is terribly ancient methodology ab initioutilized by Roman, Australian, Chinese and Persian Societies.
The thought comes into image from the physical change air-con systems at homes wherever water is additional to a pad or top through that air is pinched into cut back the temperature.
Because of that we'll get lower temperature at the input which can cut back the energy prices changing the air to the desired temperature.
This principle is known as “Adiabatic cooling” process.
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I grew up with evaporative coolers. They're great as long as the ambient humidity is low. In Tucson, the second part of the 3-act play known as summer is the monsoon and the humidity goes way up. That's when the coolers quit working and the semi-affectionate name "swamp box" gets its meaning.
Morning came much too soon and it brought along a friend named Margarita Hangover, and a tiny ad.
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