Ejector Based Air Conditioning using Natural Refrigerants

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Ejector Based Air Conditioning using Natural Refrigerants

Ejector based air conditioning using natural refrigerants

This paper deals with modeling of the ejection cycle, especially for solar air-conditioning. The presented approach for ejector analysis has been proposed, based on formulation of performance curve of the installation and performance curve of an ejector. The operation point of the whole system is found at the interception of these two curves. The exemplary performance curve of the ejector has been showed experimentally and numerically.

Courtesy of: Dariusz BUTRYMOWICZ1*, Mark J. BERGANDER2, Kamil SMIERCIEW1, Jaroslaw KARWACKI1
1Institute of Fluid-Flow Machinery, Polish Academy of Sciences,
Gdansk, Poland

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