Design and construction of a cold production simulator system: chiller

International Journal of Physical Sciences and Engineering

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Title Design and construction of a cold production simulator system: chiller
Creator Farfán, Ricardo Fabricio Muñoz
Zambrano, Telly Yarita Macías
Valencia, Vicente Paúl Zambrano
Sosa, Victor Manuel Delgado
Subject chiller
Description The design and construction of a cold production system from the ice water submitted by a mechanical direct expansion system contributing to the development of knowledge in the area of air conditioning were carried out. Among the technical design parameters, a direct expansion system with cooling capacity of 9000 BTU/Hrs, R134 refrigerant gas to a turbine for the work of the Fan Coil of ½ Hp of force 220 V was selected, as was the fan motor of the cooling tower as fundamental means for heat transfer. The recirculation pumping system is carried out by pumps of 0.37 kW of power and a maximum flow of 40 l/min. For both the evaporator sump (cold) and the condenser sump (hot). The work stage is given in two independent circuits, the Fan Coil system is connected to the evaporator sump and the cooling tower, in turn, is connected to the condensation system for proper operation and achieve condensation temperatures of 35 ° C and in case of having water requirements in the cold sump, the tower is connected by means of an electromagnetic valve for its supply.
Publisher Universidad Tecnica de Manabi
Date 2019-11-25
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source International journal of physical sciences and engineering; Vol. 3 No. 3: December 2019; 31-40
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2019 International journal of physical sciences and engineering

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