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Monday, April 8, 2019

Waste Heat-Driven Adsorption Cooling Systems For Vehicle Air Conditioning Applications




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Waste heat-driven adsorption cooling systems (ACS) are potential replacements for vapor compression refrigeration cycles in vehicle air conditioning (A/C) applications. Working pairs in an ACS are a combination of an adsorbent material (e.g., zeolite and silica gel), and an adsorbate (e.g., water and methanol). Most of these materials are non-toxic, noncorrosive, non-ozone depleting, and inexpensive. Besides, an ACS operates quietly and valves are its only moving parts. However, the bulkiness and heavy weight of ACS are major challenges facing commercialization of these environmentally friendly systems.

Content:-
Approval
Abstract
Dedication
Acknowledgements
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Acronyms
Glossary
Executive Summary
Motivation
Objectives
Methodology
Contributions
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Summary of Contributions
Chapter 3. Conclusions and Future Work
References

Author Details
"Amirhossein Sharafianardakani"




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