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Periodic high-temperature heat pumps for industrial heat recovery. 2. Example of application and design of apparatus.

Author(s) : FOLLINGER T., MERKER G. P.

Type of article: Article

Summary

Using a drying process as an example, the use of a periodic high-temperature heat pump for industrial heat recovery is investigated. The investigation shows that by using a special control system and two buffer reservoirs, the thermal powers of adsorber, evaporator and condenser can be kept constant in time. The unit under investigation achieves a calculated power density of 6.8 kilowatts/m3 at an effective capacity of 150 kilowatts. A working cycle lasts 3.5 hours and the heat ratio is 1.54. The technical design of an experimental unit in tower configuration is described in detail.

Details

  • Original title: Periodic high-temperature heat pumps for industrial heat recovery. 2. Example of application and design of apparatus.
  • Record ID : 1993-0456
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Heat Recov. Syst. CHP - vol. 12 - n. 3.
  • Publication date: 1992/05

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