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Nowadays, many buildings wield indoor water features such as waterfalls, fountains, and water curtains to improve their aesthetical value. Despite the provision of air cooling due to water evaporation, this feature also has adverse effect if applied in warm humid climate since evaporation might increase air humidity beyond the comfort level. Yet, there are no specific researches intended to measure water feature's effect upon its thermal condition. In response, this research examines thedoi:10.1088/1757-899x/316/1/012005 fatcat:2x6gqjszbrfkjbck7efwb4mbzi