Thermal performances (first law efficiency, exergy destruction ratio & exergetic efficiency ) of cascade single effect ammonia-water (NH3-H20) vapour absorption refrigeration system coupled with vapour compression refrigeration using eco-friendly refrigerants in the low-temperature cycle of VCRS system

Solar thermal power energy and waste heat from different power plants have immense application potential for production of refrigeration through combined vapour compression–absorption refrigeration systems. The aim of this work is to develop an integrated solar refrigeration system where waste heat from different energy resources assists a combined vapour absorption compression system, and to analyze feasibility & practicality of that system of thermodynamically for improving its COP and exergetic efficiency by reduction of irreversibilities in terms of exergy destruction /losses occurred in the system components. The combined thermodynamic first law efficiency in terms of coefficient of performance (COP_Overall), second law efficiency in terms of exergetic efficiency and exergy destruction ratio based on exergy of product of a combined vapour absorption-compression system working with each of the following refrigerants in the cascaded vapour compression cycle R1234yf, R227ea, R236fa, R245fa, R143a,R134a, R32, R507 operating at - 223 K evaporator temperature with temperature overlapping (Approach means the difference between cascaded condenser temperature of vapour compression cycle and evaporator temperature of vapour absorption refrigeration cycle working at 13.5 bar of highest generator pressure and 1.75 bar as lowest evaporator pressure have been presented and it is found thatR141b and R245fa gives better performance.



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