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Quote avvdpk9 Replybullet Topic: refrigeration- vapour absorption cycle using solar
    Posted: 25-Jul-2013 at 6:37pm
i want to do a project on vapour absorption cycle by using solar energy as heater

 
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Quote kranthikumar Replybullet Posted: 16-Aug-2013 at 10:00pm
Technology Development in the Solar Absorption Air-conditioning Systems

An environmental control system utilizing solar energy would generally be more cost-effective if it were used to provide both heating and cooling requirements in the building it serves. Various solar powered heating systems have been tested extensively, but solar powered air-conditioners have received little more than short-term demonstration attention.

This paper reviews past efforts in the field of solar powered air-conditioning systems with the absorption pair of lithium bromide and water. A number of attempts have been made by researchers to improve the performance of the solar applied air-conditioning (chiller) subsystems.

It is seen that the generator inlet temperature of the chiller is the most important parameter in the design and fabrication of a solar powered air-conditioning system. While collector choice, system design and arrangement are other impacting factors for the system operation.

Download Technology Development in the Solar Absorption Air-conditioning Systems.pdf
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