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Experimental investigation of the ecological hybrid refrigeration cycle

Experimental investigation of the ecological hybrid refrigeration cycle Abstract The requirements for environmentally friendly refrigerants promote application of CO 2 and water as working fluids. However there are two problems related to that, namely high temperature limit for CO 2 in condenser due to the low critical temperature, and low temperature limit for water being the result of high triple point temperature. This can be avoided by application of the hybrid adsorption-compression system, where water is the working fluid in the adsorption high temperature cycle used to cool down the CO 2 compression cycle condenser. The adsorption process is powered with a low temperature renewable heat source as solar collectors or other waste heat source. The refrigeration system integrating adsorption and compression system has been designed and constructed in the Laboratory of Thermodynamics and Thermal Machine Measurements of Cracow University of Technology. The heat source for adsorption system consists of 16 tube tulbular collectors. The CO 2 compression low temperature cycle is based on two parallel compressors with frequency inverter. Energy efficiency and TEWI of this hybrid system is quite promising in comparison with the compression only systems. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Thermodynamics de Gruyter

Experimental investigation of the ecological hybrid refrigeration cycle

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de Gruyter
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2083-6023
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2083-6023
DOI
10.2478/aoter-2014-0026
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Abstract

Abstract The requirements for environmentally friendly refrigerants promote application of CO 2 and water as working fluids. However there are two problems related to that, namely high temperature limit for CO 2 in condenser due to the low critical temperature, and low temperature limit for water being the result of high triple point temperature. This can be avoided by application of the hybrid adsorption-compression system, where water is the working fluid in the adsorption high temperature cycle used to cool down the CO 2 compression cycle condenser. The adsorption process is powered with a low temperature renewable heat source as solar collectors or other waste heat source. The refrigeration system integrating adsorption and compression system has been designed and constructed in the Laboratory of Thermodynamics and Thermal Machine Measurements of Cracow University of Technology. The heat source for adsorption system consists of 16 tube tulbular collectors. The CO 2 compression low temperature cycle is based on two parallel compressors with frequency inverter. Energy efficiency and TEWI of this hybrid system is quite promising in comparison with the compression only systems.

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Archives of Thermodynamicsde Gruyter

Published: Sep 1, 2014

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