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ADVANCED HEAT PUMP TECHNIQUES.

Author(s) : JACOBSEN C.

Summary

FOR WATER-WATER HEAT PUMPS, SEVERAL HEAT SOURCES CAN BE USED EVEN IF WATER IS CORROSIVE, WITH IMPURITIES, POLLUTED OR COLD. SHELL AND TUBE EXCHANGERS WERE USED AS EVAPORATORS, BUT PLATE-TYPE EXCHANGERS APPEARED EFFICIENT AND ECONOMIC. THE AUTHOR SHOWS THE BUILDING REQUIREMENTS OF SOME PLANT AND THE STALFAPLATE DIRECT EXPANSION PLATE-TYPE HEAT EXCHANGER. THIS IS BEING TESTED WITH HEAT SOURCES OF 100 TO 4 MW, OPERATING WITH SEA WATER. IT HAS A GOOD RESISTANCE TO CORROSION. THE USERS REQUIRE INCREASINGLY HIGH TEMPERATURES. 353 K (80 DEG C) IS THE STANDARD TEMPERATURE OF R12 PLANT. R114 MACHINES WORK AT ABOUT 373 K (100 DEG C).

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  • Original title: ADVANCED HEAT PUMP TECHNIQUES.
  • Record ID : 1986-0785
  • Languages: English
  • Source: [Refrigeration serving humanity]. Proceedings of the XVIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1983/08/07

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