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An ejector refrigeration system optimised for sub-zero temperatures on fishing vessels

Large amounts of diesel fuel are used to power fishing vessels engines and on-board refrigeration systems. In a recent theoretical study, an energy-efficient sub-zero refrigeration system proposed based on a two-stage ejector with a water-cooled condenser was proposed.



On fishing vessels, large quantities of diesel fuel are traditionally used to power engines as well as the on-board refrigeration systems used for freezing harvested fishery products. In 2016, global CO2 emissions from fuel combustion in the main engines of ma...

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