Analysis of air conditioning system by using nanorefrigerant

Analysis of air conditioning system by using nanorefrigerant

Chetan Vijaykumar PapadeRavisuraj Shashikant Wale 

N. K. Orchid College of Engineering & Technology, Solapur, India

A. G. Patil Institute of Technology, Solapur, India

Corresponding Author Email: 
cvpapade@gmail.com
Page: 
205-217
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DOI: 
https://doi.org/10.3166/I2M.17.205-217
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Accepted: 
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Published: 
30 June 2018
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Abstract: 

Energy is essential for the existence of human life and it plays a vital role in programmer of nation.Based on some research, the use of air conditioners consumes about 40% of the total of electricity used in a house. So the objective is to carry out the analysis of an air conditioning system with and without Nano-refrigerant by experimental and analytical method to improve the performance of the system.The experimentation, mathematic modeling and simulation of air conditioning system is carried out at off design condition. For the analysis purpose R134a refrigerant and

nanoparticles were used. The experimental studies indicate that the air conditioning system with nanorefrigerant works normally. It is found that the coefficient of performance is increased by 11% and the power consumption reduces nearly by 14% when POE oil is replaced by a mixture of POE oil and  nanoparticles. Simulation of the system is carried out by developing a computer code in MATLAB, the above experimental results are validated with the simulation results. The software results are found more accurate than the experimental results.
Keywords: 

air conditioning system, nanoparticles, COP, Nano-refrigerant, power consumption

1. Introduction
2. Experimental set-up
3. Methodology
5. Mathematical modeling of system
6. Conclusion
7. Future scope
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