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Viability of an absorption solar cooling system in an isolated school in Mexico

A recent IJR article presents a simulation of the operating strategies and the results of the first experiments following the installation of a solar thermal absorption air conditioning system, installed in an isolated primary school in the community of Puertecitos, Mexico.

The use of renewable energies, especially solar energy, as an external energy source for activating space cooling systems is a particularly suitable option, since energy needs related to air-conditioning increases when solar radiation levels are typically high. Moreover, systems driven by thermal...

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