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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 5)
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Weather Effect on the Solar Adsorption Air-conditioning System using Activated Carbon Fiber/Ethanol as Pair of Refrigeration: A Case Study of Malaysia

Alkhair M. Abdul Majeed, M.Y. Suliman and K. Sopian
Corresponding Author:  Alkhair M. Abdul Majeed 

Key words:  Activated carbon fiber-ethanol, adsorption, air-conditioning, solar energy, , ,
Vol. 7 , (5): 1069-1075
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May 03, 2013 June 05, 2013 February 05, 2014
Abstract:

This study indicates the simulation analysis of the solar adsorption cycle using the activated carbon fiber/ethanol as the pair of refrigeration in Malaysia. The heat source used was evacuated tube collectors. The cycle is used for the purpose of air-conditioning for two temperature levels, where the cooling load can be 7C. TRNSYS simulation software was used to model the system with the weather data of Malaysia. The results showed that the weather has a high effect on the performance of the cycle. Both the cooling capacity and the COP were calculated in this study.
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Alkhair M. Abdul Majeed, M.Y. Suliman and K. Sopian, 2014. Weather Effect on the Solar Adsorption Air-conditioning System using Activated Carbon Fiber/Ethanol as Pair of Refrigeration: A Case Study of Malaysia.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(5): 1069-1075.
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