The performance of the classical evaporative summer air-conditioning system for different working fluids is studied. Also a modified summer air conditioning system is proposed. The performance of the proposed system for different working fluids is investigated quantitavely and the performance of both systems for different working fluids is compared. It is found that changing the working fluids of the classical evaporative system influences the efficiency especially for Argon by about 8%, whereas the change of working fluids for the modified system improves the efficiency slightly.
|Number of pages
|International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer
|Published - May 2001
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Atomic and Molecular Physics, and Optics
- General Chemical Engineering
- Condensed Matter Physics