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Experimental Examination on Refrigeration System Based on Adsorption Employing Distinctive Physical Adsorbent Functional Pairs

S A Mohan Krishna, G V Naveen Prakash, B C Ashok, K B Vinay, B S Nithyananda, K S Ravi, Khalid Imran, Naveen Ankegowda

Abstract


Furthermost of the prevailing work specifies that a system of adsorption refrigeration can be employed as an alternative to prevalent traditional refrigeration systems like vapour compression systems. The literature examination depicts that the performance factor, motivating temperature, and evaporation temperature be contingent on the working brace employed, such as stimulated carbon & ammonia, Silica gel & water, Zeolite & water, etc. It can also be noticed that examination accomplished on the conception of refrigeration system based on adsorption is sporadic. Hence the foremost rationale is to exemplify silica gel-water, Activated carbon- methanol which is expressly accessible and to authenticate the prospect of adsorption refrigeration system happening under workroom conditions by developing a low potential adsorption system. The functional twosome has been preferred seeing to the statistic that a combination of silica and gel has superior surface properties. Performance tests have been accomplished on the developed chiller archetype. The system has been evaluated for several functioning temperatures against cycle time, refrigeration effect against cycle time.



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