High Impact Factor : 4.396 icon | Submit Manuscript Online icon |

Vapour Absorption Refrigeration System By Using Solar Energy

Author(s):

Pravinkumar Pisal , S.B.Patil College of Engineering ; Narale Pravin, S.B.Patil College of Engineering ; Shende Onkar, S.B.Patil College of Engineering ; Shende kiran, S.B.Patil College of Engineering ; Sawant Rahul, S.B.Patil College of Engineering

Keywords:

Absorber, Aqua-Ammonia Vapour, Coefficient of Performance, Generator, Solar Energy, Tonnage of Refrigeration

Abstract

As the energy is the backbone of the technology it affects the price of product as well as the overall economy of the industry. Energy is the most important factor in industrial production as well as in the domestic use ecofriendly system as it uses solar power. Assun is the huge source of energy solar energy is the perfect alternative for some energy sources such as electricity, petroleum .In India the large part of the solar energy is wasted because of lack awareness about the solar energy. Mostly the solar energy is used to dry the food grains and mostly to dry the cloths. But last few years are the most memorable years for the India from the last few years most of the peoples decide to install the solar units. We are focusing on the need of the alternatives for the conventional energy source. we are using the vapour absorption refrigeration system operated by using solar power, In this we are using R-717 as refrigerant and water as working fluid. system consist of collector, evaporator, absorber the refrigerant in the system when come in contact with the water the cold water absorbs most of the ammonia in it after that the strong solution is conveyed up to the collector where the strong solution is heated to form a vapour then this vapours are condensed in condenser and then passed to expansion valve where temperature falls down then it is passed to the evaporator where the refrigerant absorbs the heat from the surrounding of the evaporative section.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV3I110343
Published in: Volume : 3, Issue : 11
Publication Date: 01/02/2016
Page(s): 499-503

Article Preview

Download Article