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A comprehensive ventilation approach requires not only air exchange but also in many cases indoor humidity control. High humidity levels decrease occupant comfort and increase the likelihood of problems, such as mold growth. Occupants presently use air-conditioning systems or dehumidifiers in order to reduce the indoor moisture levels. These systems use large amounts of electricity and are expensive. Desiccant systems have shown several advantages, compared to conventional cooling anddoi:10.14257/ijunesst.2014.7.2.16 fatcat:vmbvotr4kre6xp7eqdipygvt3a