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Simulation of the solar adsorption refrigeration operating at near atmospheric pressure

conference contribution
posted on 2001-01-01, 00:00 authored by Y You, Eric Hu, J Jarvis, Yuncang Li
To solve the leaking problem faced by current vacuum adsorption refrigeration systems, the authors have carried out a series of studies on the concept of raising the system's pressure to around atmospheric pressure with an inert gas (eg. Helium) as the pressure-adjusting agent. This paper presents the simulation of the performance oj the activated carbon-methanol adsorption refrigeration operating at near atmospheric pressure powered by solar energy. This simulation can be refereed in the prototype design.

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Event

Solar World Congress (2001 : Adelaide, S. Aust.)

Pagination

1075 - 1083

Publisher

Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society

Location

Adelaide, Australia

Place of publication

Adelaide, S.Aust.

Start date

2001-11-25

End date

2001-11-30

ISBN-13

9780958619271

ISBN-10

0958619271

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

2001, Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society

Editor/Contributor(s)

W Saman, W Charters

Title of proceedings

Bringing solar down to earth : ISES 2001 solar world congress, Adelaide Australia, 25-30 November 2001, proceedings

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