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OPTIMAL ADAPTATION OF SOLAR DRIVEN ABSORPTION AMMONIA-WATER HEAT TRANSFORMERS TO THE SOLAR COLLECTORS.

Summary

THE AUTHORS CONSIDER AN AMMONIA-WATER ABSORPTION HEAT TRANSFORMER. THE MACHINE RECEIVES HEAT FROM SOLAR COLLECTORS AT MEDIUM TEMPERATUREAND REJECTS A PART OF THIS HEAT INTO THE ENVIRONMENT AT A LOWER TEMPERATURE AND THE REMAINDER AT HIGH TEMPERATURE. THE BEHAVIOUR OF THE MACHINE IS SIMULATED BY A COMPUTER PROGRAMME. THE HEAT FROM THE COLLECTORS IS WELL SUITED TO THE THERMAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE TRANSFORMER. RESULTS ARE GIVEN FOR CASES OPERATING WITH DIFFERENT TYPES OF COLLECTORS FOR A TYPICAL YEAR IN ATHENS AND IT IS CONCLUDED THAT UNDER THE CONDITIONS CONSIDERED, THE MAXIMUM THERMAL GAIN IS 170 W/M2 UP TO 488 K (215 DEG C) OR 205 W/M2 UP TO 429 K (156 DEG C).

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  • Original title: OPTIMAL ADAPTATION OF SOLAR DRIVEN ABSORPTION AMMONIA-WATER HEAT TRANSFORMERS TO THE SOLAR COLLECTORS.
  • Record ID : 1988-2507
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: General information
  • Source: Development in refrigeration, refrigeration for development. Proceedings of the XVIIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1987/08/24
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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