Not exactly another room to room heat transfer question
I’m familiar enough with the physics of heat transfer to understand the inneficiency behind trying to move 72 degree air into a 65 degree room in an effort to make it warmer.
But. I’m finding less information on the opposite problem. My mini split system keeps the whole home toasty warm in the winter, but in the summer the second level is conditioned by a single head and the bedroom is too warm. Would I encounter the same problems in trying to remove hot air near the ceiling and pushing that air down to the first level where I could refrigerate Coke on the counter if I wanted?
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