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FLASH COOLING: AN EFFICIENT METHOD OF CHILLING AND EXPLOITING WATER SOURCES FOR HEAT PUMPS.

Author(s) : LORENTZEN G., NEKSA P., QING X.

Summary

IN SOME CASES, CHILLINGWATER MAY BE HEAVILY POLLUTED OR CORROSIVE, OR IT MAY HAVE TO BE COOLED TO A TEMPERATURE NEAR ITS FREEZING POINT. ONE COMMON EXAMPLE IS THE USE OF RAW SEWER OR CONTAMINATED SEA WATER AS A LOW TEMPERATURE SOURCE FOR LARGE HEAT PUMPS. SPECIAL OPEN PLATE EVAPORATORS ARE IN PRACTICAL USAGE. FLASH COOLING OFFERS UNIQUE ADVANTAGES, WHICH MAKE THIS METHOD AN INTERESTING ALTERNATIVE FOR LARGE INSTALLATIONS, IN SPITE OF THE COMPLICATION OF A VACUUM PUMPING SYSTEM.

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  • Original title: FLASH COOLING: AN EFFICIENT METHOD OF CHILLING AND EXPLOITING WATER SOURCES FOR HEAT PUMPS.
  • Record ID : 1992-2229
  • Languages: English
  • Source: New challenges in refrigeration. Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Refrigeration, August 10-17, 1991, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  • Publication date: 1991/08/10
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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