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Thermodynamic discussion on “Second law-based thermodynamic analysis of Ammonia/Sodium Thiocyanate absorption system” by Linghui Zhu and Junjie Gu, Renewable Energy, 35 (2010), 1940–1946

A paper has been released in Renewable resource, 2nd law-based thermodynamic analysis of Ammonia/Sodium Thiocynate vapour absorption refrigeration system. Linghui Zhu and Junjie Gu have done exergy evaluation and approximated exergy loss rate using second law analysis under various headings.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6786181


Investigation on a solar thermal power and ejector-absorption refrigeration system based on first and second law analyses

The circulation of solar exergy input to the cycle in term of exergy produced, ruined due to irreversibility, and loss as a result of thermal exhaust to the ambient was computed and compared to the conventional energy circulation. The conversion of solar exergy input to the cycle exergy outcome was best for R141b liquid and worst for R143a fluid.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6145039


Correcting micro-aethalometer absorption measurements for brown carbon aerosol

In this study, the efficiency of a micro-aethalometer in charactering brownish carbon aerosol absorption was assessed in contrast with recommendation materials and techniques that included mass option absorbance and Mie-theory based bit termination retrieval using broadband cavity improved spectrometer. The BrC and nigrosin optical results by bulk service absorption are equivalent with the properties gotten from BBCES. The parameterized overestimates versus reference methods rely on light absorption strength, so that the MA200 overstates extra for the less taking in BrC. The adjustment factor for MA200 can be shared well as an exponential function of kBᵣC or particle solitary spreading albedo, and as a power-law function of the MA200 raw results obtained BrC mass absorption performance. Basic radiative forcing calculations for different circumstances making use of the improvement for MA200, show constant SRF when using the aethalometer results after the kBᵣC-dependent correction.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7300172


Absorption of surfactant-laden droplets into porous media: A numerical study

It is hypothesized that the contact line characteristics affect this procedure which an unpinned contact line results in slower absorption than a pinned contact line, since the contact area between the droplet and the substratum will lower with time for the previous. For the surfactant transport, a number of convection-diffusion-adsorption equations are solved. It is found that moving contact lines cause a parabola-shaped wetted location and a slower absorption and a deeper penetration depth than pinned contact lines. Or else, all surfactant adsorbs onto the pore walls before reaching the wetting front, leading to the exact same absorption rate as without surfactants.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7326876


Vapor-liquid equilibrium measurements and assessments of Low-GWP absorption working pairs (R32+DMETEG, R152a+DMETEG, and R161+DMETEG) for absorption refrigeration systems

This research intends to develop novel binary working sets making use of low-GWP cooling agents and one chemical absorptive for absorption refrigeration systems. Based on the gotten VLE information, the thermodynamic efficiencies in both the single-stage absorption refrigeration system and the absorption-compression hybrid refrigeration system were evaluated. Various from the patterns of COP variants, R152a had the highest ECOP of 0. 091-- 0. 158 when the generation temperature level was listed below 135 ° C while R161 showed the greatest ECOP of 0. 116-- 0. 137 over 135 ° C. ACHRS can effectively improve the air conditioning performances of ARS through compression and its compression proportions got optimized.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7276276


Performance analysis of compressor-assisted two-stage triple effect absorption refrigeration cycle for power and cooling

Ammonia-water absorption and power cycles use a viable choice for the efficient use of reduced and medium temperature level warm resources for ice-cold cooling and power generation. The power generated by the cycle is utilized for the compression called for to improve the performance of the cycle. Thermodynamic performance of the consolidated cycle was reviewed based on the compression ratio and the warm source inlet temperature level. The simulation outcome reveals that the warm resource inlet temperature can be lowered by 50 ° C contrasted to the conventional two-stage three-way result absorption system. The outcomes also revealed that asorber1 and absorber 2 have the highest possible rate of exergy destruction of 30. 91% and 37. 32% followed by condenser 1 with 16. 3% and option warmth exchanger 2 with 7. 89%. It is observed that the proposed system executes better in comparison to its counterparts operated at tool temperature warmth resources.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/7173312


First and second law multidimensional analysis of a triple absorption heat transformer (TAHT)

In this paper, a strenuous multi-dimensional analysis is carried out on a triple absorption warm transformer using the functioning fluids water and lithium bromide. It is located that in general the condensation temperature and the pinch heat transfer gradient selected have the best result, and that these should be reduced in all situations. The results of this research study additionally reveal that the generator is the resource of the biggest exergy destruction in the cycle, adhered to by the two absorber-- evaporators.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6013573


First law analysis of a novel double effect air-cooled non-adiabatic ammonia/salt absorption refrigeration cycle

Comparing to the solitary impact absorption refrigeration system, the dual impact system is designed not only to directly and efficiently use high temperature waste heat for cycle efficiency enhancement, yet to significantly prolong the application occasion to high ambient temperature condition. Parametric evaluation of the here and now system show that COP of the dual effect system is 30-- 60% greater than the solitary result system under air cooling working problem and the high pressure creating temperature of the double effect system can be expanded to as high as 220 ° C. The main problem of the here and now study is that application of non-adiabatic absorbers in air-cooled type double result ammonia/salt absorption refrigeration systems is essential, and just under non-adiabatic absorption conditions can the dual impact ammonia/salt system understand miniaturization.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/5611243


Thermal oxidation of polydicyclopentadiene - Changes in water absorption

It shows up that water absorption in PDCPD follows to Flory Huggins law for all problems thought about here. In the meanwhile, water diffusivity seems to reduce when oxidation degree increases. A mastercurve that links carbonyl concentration, water diffusivity and water-polymer communication parameter is recommended and permits modifications of water resistance of PDCPD to be forecasted.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/6925496


Direct and Simultaneous Determination of Copper and Iron in Flours by Solid Sample Analysis and High-Resolution Continuum Source Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometry

In this work, a straightforward, fast, and durable method was established for the synchronised and straight determination of copper and iron in flours using strong example analysis and high-resolution continuum source graphite heating system atomic absorption spectrometry. The incline of calibration contour obtained, utilizing the rice flour certified reference material as strong standard, presented no considerable difference when compared to the incline of outside calibration contour using liquid standard, at 95 % self-confidence degree. The approach accuracy was validated by evaluation of 2 qualified recommendation materials, rice flour NIST 1568a and wheat flour NIST 1567a, and the results were in agreement with the qualified worths, at 95 % confidence level. The iron concentrations in all samples evaluated were not in contract with the worth developed by the Brazilian regulation, which is of 42 mg of iron per kg of flour.

Source link: https://pubag.nal.usda.gov/catalog/5740584

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