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INTRODUCTION
Heat Pumps
Definition
History
Heat Sources and Sinks
Heat Pump Cycles
The Einstein Cycle
Description
Literature Review
Current Research
Modeling the Einstein Cycle
Alterations of the Cycle Configuration
Gas Water Heating: An Application for the Einstein Cycle
THERMODYNAMIC MODEL OF THE CYCLE
Overall Description of the Cycle
Component Analysis
Introduction
The Evaporator
The Precooler
The Condenser/Absorber
The Generator
The Bubble Pump
Bubble Pump (Submergence Ratio = 0.2)
Second Law Analysis
The Coefficient of Performance
An Illustrative Case: The Internal Generator Heat Exchanger
STATES MODEL
The van der Waals Equation of State
Two-Parameter Principle of Corresponding States
Three-Parameter Principle of Corresponding States
Calculation of Compressibility
Calculation of the Enthalpy Departure Function
Ideal Gas Theory
Incompressible Liquid Theory
Determining Enthalpy Differences
THE IDEAL SOLUTION MODEL
Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium
Mole and Mass Fractions
Mixing Rules
AND FLUID SELECTION
System Model
Searching for Optimum Properties
Matching the Ideal Properties to Actual Fluids
Dimensions of the Search
Absorbing Fluid
Pressure-Equalizing Fluid
Refrigerant
Selection of Fluid Triplets
THE PATEL-TEJA MODEL
The Patel-Teja Equation of State
The Patel-Teja equation of state:
Single Substances
Determination of the Patel-Teja Coefficients
Equilibrium Conditions
Enthalpy and Entropy Departure Functions
Mixtures
Enthalpy and Entropy
THE PATEL-TEJA MODEL RESULTS
Binary Interaction Parameters
Equation of State Coefficients
Fitting the Experimental Data
Parameter Values
Actual Fluid Behavior
Ammonia-Water-Butane Results
Analysis
Effect of State Point Properties
Table 7-8: Comparison of Pressure-Equalizing Fluid Performance
Correspoding States/Ideal Solution Model Parameters
AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
Water Heating Efficiency
Electric versus Gas Water Heating
Einstein Cycle Gas Water Heating
Savings
Energy
Economic
Environmental
Implementation
Configuration of the Einstein Cycle as a Gas Water Heater
Market Potential
Barriers
SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS AND
RECOMMENDATIONS
Summary and Conclusions
Recommendations
GENERATOR PROGRAMS
Generator Configuration 1
Generator Configuration 2
Generator Libraries
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