Thermodynamic Study of Tetrafluoroethane (R134a) Based Vapour Compression Refrigeration SystemAuthor : Adil Wazeer, Vishwas Nagrath, Harshit Mishra and Kaushalendra Kumar Dubey
Volume 9 No.1 January-June 2020 pp 18-21
Energy-Energy analysis of present vapour compression refrigeration system is done using isentropic fluid as refrigerants R134a.This thermodynamic analysis is carried out by 2nd law of thermodynamic approach in terms of COPII. The performance of the system both theoretical and actual experimental have been computed in summer condition. The results of proposed title explain the high-grade energy consumption by compressor with 1 TR of cooling effect. COPII indicates the actual energy output from the system in summer climate. Due to higher GWP and ODP of R22, R134a can be used for domestic / commercial and industrial applications.
Energy-Energy analysis, VCRS, Hydro fluorocarbon refrigerants, COPI, COPII
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