Refrigeration with Waste Heat
Refrigeration with Waste Heat (1996)-Converting waste heat to valuable refrigeration with an absorption refrigeration cycle has long been recognized as a viable technical procedure. However perceptions have formed which currently limit its use. These perceptions are: that the required waste heat temperatures are too high; that the useful refrigeration produced is too little; and that the cost is too high. Those perceptions were true for the absorption technology of yesteryear, but they no longer apply to the modern technology now emerging. New absorption cycles have greatly increased performance and/or reduced the required driving temperatures. And applications of modern heat and mass transfer techniques are dramatically reducing the cost of absorption equipment. As a case in point, this paper describes a new "double-lift" absorption cycle now in operation which uses 176°F or lower engine jacket cooling water to power a ten ton per day flake icemaker.
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