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DOLOJAN, MARY ELAINE S. CHE122/B41 MAY 28, 2012ORNEDO, KAREN FAITH P. LEARNING TASK#3
Refrigeration System
1.
 
An air conditioner in the airport at Timbuktu runs a cooling system using R410awith a high pressure of 1500 kPa. It should cool the desert air at 45
o
C down to 15
o
C.Find the cycles COP. Will the system work?Given:Required: COP; determine if system will work Solution:@COMPRESOR: adiabatic, reversible
State 1: sat’d
vapor: P1= 200 kPa, hg=h1hg=h1= 264.21 kJ/kg; sg=s1=1.1196 kJ/kg-KState 2: P2=P3= 1500 kPas1=s2= 1.1196 kJ/kg-K
P
max
=1500 kPa
 
 CONDENSER: reversible isobaric
State 3: sat’d. liquid, h3=hf, P3=1500kPa
 THROTTLE VALVE: isenthalpich3=h4=91.49 kJ/kgEVAPORATOR: reversible isobaricSYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: desert air needs to be cooled (45
o
C-15
o
C)Obtaining qL:1.
 
Cp=1.004 kJ/kg
 
 2.
 
Empirical formula Table A.6
 
Whereand; dT=1000dEvaluating using: Co=1.05, C1=-0.365, C2=0.85, C3=-0.39And
Either way, the system will work since that the amount of heat required to be
extracted from the desert air is less than what the system can extract, “ideally”.
 Air standard refrigeration cycle:
2. An air-standard refrigeration cycle has air into the compressor at 100kPa, 270 K andleaves at 300 kPa. The temperature after heat rejection is 300K. Find the COP and therate at which air must enter the compressor to provide 1kW of refrigeration.Given:REQUIRED: a. COP b. mass flow rate
CONDENSEREVAPORATORCOMPRESSORTURBINET
3
=300 KP
3
= 300kPa
 
P
2
=300 kPaW
C
 P
1
=100 kPaT
1
=270 kP
4
=100 kPa
L
 
H
 

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