Air Conditioning Systems from a 2nd Law Perspective
AbstractIn this paper exergy analysis is used to assess the performance of the three most common air conditioning plant schemes: all-air, dual-duct and fan-coil systems. The results are presented in terms of flow diagrams to provide a clear picture of the exergy flow across the systems. The most relevant outcomes are that the air cooling and dehumidification is the process most responsible for the exergy loss and that the exergy efficiency of the overall systems is rather low; thus the quest for more appropriate technologies. Solar-assisted air-conditioning is also discussed, outlining the possibilities and the constraints. View Full-Text
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Marletta, L. Air Conditioning Systems from a 2nd Law Perspective. Entropy 2010, 12, 859-877.
Marletta L. Air Conditioning Systems from a 2nd Law Perspective. Entropy. 2010; 12(4):859-877.Chicago/Turabian Style
Marletta, Luigi. 2010. "Air Conditioning Systems from a 2nd Law Perspective." Entropy 12, no. 4: 859-877.