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Air conditioning is actually an old invention. Ancient civilizations got hot and sticky too, and came up with some great solutions to keeping their domiciles cooler. The ancient Egyptians, for example, used the principle of evaporative cooling — the same principle we use in refrigeration today — to cool their homes. In ancient Babylon, a primitive form of air conditioning was accomplished by spraying water on exposed surfaces. As the water evaporated, it absorbed the heat from the dwelling. Romans and Persians ordered ice and snow brought into their homes, and then their slaves fanned it in order to cool things down.
Modern central air conditioning systems are designed to cool indoor living spaces during hot weather, and to improve indoor air quality by filtering and dehumidifying the air. A typical central air system is split between two major components — an outdoor condenser and compressor plus an indoor evaporator mounted on an air circulation system. The air circulation (or "air handling") system filters and dehumidifies the cooled air, and distributes it, via ductwork, to multiple rooms. Central air conditioning is generally quieter than individual room air conditioners that radiate their compressor noise closer to the living areas.
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