Simulation of a regenerative, closed-cycle adsorption cooling/heating system
A. Hajji and
Energy, 1991, vol. 16, issue 3, 643-654
A regenerative, closed-cycle adsorption cooling/heating system with performance significantly higher than conventional adsorption systems is modeled numerically. The equations governing the transport of heat and mass that occurs in such systems are derived, and the system performance is determined by using both infinite and finite transport coefficients. The effects of varying the evaporator and condenser temperatures and the amount of inert material in the system on overall system performance also are presented.
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