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SOLAR ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION UTILIZING SUSPENDED SOLID ABSORBENTS.

Summary

AN INTERMITTENT REFRIGERATION SYSTEM WITH A SOLID ABSORBENT IS INTERESTING FOR THE USE OF SOLAR ENERGY. HOWEVER, THERE ARE SOME PROBLEMS FOR THE LOW REACTION RATE AND A SWELLING OF SALT IN THE ABSORBER. THE SOLUTION TO THESE PROBLEMS WAS ATTEMPTED BY THE SUSPENSION OF THE SALT, CALCIUM CHLORIDE OR STRONTIUM CHLORIDE, IN AN INERT FLUID. A TEST STUDY OF THE SUITABILITY OF FOUR FLUIDS FOR FORMING A SUSPENSION WAS MADE IN A GLASS FLASK. A SUSPENSION OF CALCIUM CHLORIDE IN 1-HEPTANOL WAS SELECTED AS REFERENCE. FOR INTERMITTENT SYSTEMS WITH AN ABSORBENT IN SUSPENSION, A COP HIGHER THAN THAT OF ONE OF THE TWO NH3H2 O AND NH3/SODIUM THIOCYANATE SYSTEMS IS OBTAINED, BUT LOWER THAN THAT OF A SYSTEM USING CALCIUM CHLORIDE.

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  • Original title: SOLAR ABSORPTION REFRIGERATION UTILIZING SUSPENDED SOLID ABSORBENTS.
  • Record ID : 1985-2199
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: General information
  • Source: [Refrigeration serving humanity]. Proceedings of the XVIth international Congress of Refrigeration.
  • Publication date: 1983/08/07
  • Document available for consultation in the library of the IIR headquarters only.

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