Reports on a study of the use of low-temperature heat (between 50 and 90 deg. C) to drive absorption systems in refrigeration and heat pump cycles. Double and triple-stage absorption systems are modelled and simulated providing a comparison between different absorbent refrigerants. The minimum temperature required in the generators to operate the refrigeration and heat pump cycles is also presented.
Primary Author(s): Izquierdo M., Lecuona A., et al
Source: Int. J. Energy Res. 25 June 2002, vol. 26, no.8, 775-791, 17 figs., refs.
BSRIA Abstract Doc 000104003 Abs 20022490
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