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PART- A

1. Explain the working principle of steam jet air conditioning. [5]
2. With the help of T-S diagram explain the principle of Boot Strap Air
Evaporative Cooling system. [5]
3. List various Properties of refrigerants. [5]
4. List any five advantages of vapour absorption system over vapour
compression system. [5]
5. Explain evaporative condenser with neat sketch. [5]
6. Explain rotary compressor and its various types. [5]
7. What are the factors affecting human comfort. [5]
8. Explain psychometric chart and show various psychometric properties
on psychometric chart. [5]
9. Define: (a) Refrigeration Capacity
(b) Coefficient of Performance [5]
10. (a) Enumerate all the desired properties of Refrigerants.
(b) Write the name of any six refrigerants used in refrigerating systems. [5]
11. Describe the relative advantage and disadvantage of water cooled and
air cooled condensers. [5]
12. Define:
(a) Relative humidity
(b) Specific Humidity
(c) Dew point temperature
13. Define the term ‘Effective Temperature’ and describe the factors
which affects Effective Temperature.

PART- B
1. (a) With the help of P-V and T-S diagrams derive the COP of an air
refrigerator working on Bell – Coleman Cycle. [10]
(b) Compare a heat engine, a refrigerator and a heat pump and derive the
COP [5]
2. A simple air cooled refrigeration system is used for an aeroplane
having load of 10 TR. The atmospheric pressure and Temperature are
0.9 bar and 100 C respectively. The pressure increases to 1.013 bar due
to ramming. Temperature reduces by 500 C in the heat exchanger. The [15]
cabin is maintained at a pressure of 1.01 bar and the temperature of air
leaving is 250 C. Determine (i) Power required to run the compressor
and (ii) Coefficient of Performance of the system.
3. The following Data refer to a Boot- Strap Air Evaporative Cooling
refrigeration system used for an aeroplane to take 20 TR load.
Ambient air Temperature = 150 C
Ambient air Pressure = 0.8 bar
Ram Efficiency = 90 %
Mac number of flight = 1.2
Pressure of air bled off the main compressor = 4 bar
Pressure of air in the secondary compressor = 5 bar
Isentropic efficiency of main compressor = 90 % [15]
Isentropic efficiency of secondary compressor = 80 %
Isentropic efficiency of cooling turbine = 80 %

12 as refrigerant and evaporates in the evaporator at -150 C.7051 10 45. Temperature Enthalpy in (KJ/Kg) Specific (KJ/Kg K) Entropy (0 C) Liquid Vapour Liquid Vapour -15 22.76 0. the temperature of this refrigerant at the end of compressor is at 150 C. The temperature at the delivery from the compressor is 150 C when the vapour is condensed at 100 C. The other properties of [15] refrigerant are as follows. Take specific heat at constant pressure for superheated vapour as 0.3 180.0904 0.64 KJ/ Kg K and for liquid as 0. Temperature of air leaving the 1st heat exchanger = 1700 C Temperature of air leaving the 2nd heat exchanger = 1550 C Temperature of air leaving the evaporator = 1000 C Cabin Temperature = 250 C Cabin Pressure = 1 bar Find: (i) Mass of air required to take the cabin load. Find the COP if (i) there is no undercooling and (ii) the liquid is cooled by 50 C before expansion by throttling. (ii) Power required for the refrigerating system 4.94 KJ/ Kg K.1750 0.4 191.6921 .88 0. A vapour compression refrigeration system uses R.