Rancang Bangun Acwh Berkapasitas 60 Liter Memanfaatkan Pipa Kapiler Bersirip Sebagai Penghantar Panas

Jurnal MESIL (Mesin Elektro Sipil)

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Title Rancang Bangun Acwh Berkapasitas 60 Liter Memanfaatkan Pipa Kapiler Bersirip Sebagai Penghantar Panas
 
Creator Siregar, Candra A
Siregar, A M
Affandi, Affandi
Amri, Ulil
 
Subject
ACWH, Helical Coil, Temperature

 
Description Air conditioners (AC) and water heaters have become common needs in households and the hotel industry. This shows that the need for electric power is increasing. To reduce electricity consumption which is high enough. Engineering technology needs to be done for air conditioning as well as water heating. This engineering is called ACWH (Air Conditioner Water Heater). The way the ACWH system works is to utilize the wasted heat from the AC system to heat water with the addition of a fin heat exchanger, where the heat exchanger is designed to utilize the energy already in the system. This study used experimental research methods by testing at temperatures of 16, 18 ℃, and 20 ℃ AC. The test results showed that the finned shell helical coil type heat exchanger was able to produce a water temperature of 55 ℃ in the test with an AC temperature of 18 ℃.
 
Publisher Cered Indonesia Institute
 
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Date 2020-06-25
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.ceredindonesia.or.id/index.php/mesil/article/view/73
 
Source Jurnal MESIL (Mesin Elektro Sipil); Vol 1, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Mesil (Mesin Elektro Sipil); 56-62
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.ceredindonesia.or.id/index.php/mesil/article/view/73/pdf
 
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