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Experimental study of a solidified activated carbon-methanol adsorption ice maker.

Etude expérimentale sur un système de fabrication de glace à adsorption de charbon actif solidifié-méthanol.

Auteurs : WANG L. W., WU J. Y., WANG R. Z., et al.

Type d'article : Article

Résumé

In this paper, the experiments were performed on an adsorption ice maker driven by waste heat and using up to two beds. Each bed uses methanol as refrigerant and solidified activated carbon (120 kg adsorbent totally, 60 kg adsorbent per bed) as adsorbent. This system is designed to be driven by the waste heat of a 100 kW diesel engine. The experiments show that the cooling power could be enhanced by the mass recovery process up to 11%, and the heating power could be lowered by the heat recovery process up to 30%. The optimal cooling power of this prototype is about 2.0 kW and corresponds to a specific cooling power (SCP) of about 17 W/kg with both heat and mass recoveries between two beds. The experiment was also carried out with a three bed adsorber.

Détails

  • Titre original : Experimental study of a solidified activated carbon-methanol adsorption ice maker.
  • Identifiant de la fiche : 2004-0689
  • Langues : Anglais
  • Source : Applied thermal Engineering - vol. 23 - n. 12
  • Date d'édition : 08/2003

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