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ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ABSORPTION-REFRIGERATION CYCLES.

Author(s) : DALICHAOUCH M.

Type of article: Article

Summary

DESCRIBES HOW THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS WAS USED TO ANALYSE A CONTINUOUS STEADY-STATE PROCESS OF ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION. COMPUTES A THERMODYNAMIC EFFICIENCY (DEFINED AND FORMULATED FROM THE LOST WORK APPROACH) TO EXAMINE A WATER-LITHIUM BROMIDE ABSORPTION COOLING CYCLE, IN WHICH HOT WATER WAS THE HEAT SOURCE AND COOLING WATER THE HEAT SINK. THE INFLUENCE OF CYCLE PARAMETERS ON EFFICIENCY WAS STUDIED BY COMPUTER, AND STATES THAT THE RESULTS INDICATE VARIOUS WAYS OF IMPROVING THE ENTIRE CYCLE BY BETTER DESIGN. COMPARES THE VARIATION OF EFFICIENCIES WITH VARIATIONS OF THE COEFFICIENT OF PERFORMANCE AND GIVES DESIGN RECOMMENDATIONS. (INT. BUILD. SERV. ABSTR., GB., 26, N 2, 1991/03-04, 91-00444.

Details

  • Original title: ENERGY ANALYSIS OF ABSORPTION-REFRIGERATION CYCLES.
  • Record ID : 1992-0606
  • Languages: English
  • Source: J. Inst. Energy - n. 457
  • Publication date: 1990/12
  • Available in the IIR library

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