COMPARISON OF ANNUAL COOLING AND HEATING SUPPLY ENERGY FROM ADSORPTION REFRIGERATION AND HEAT PUMP SYSTEM DRIVEN BY SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY BETWEEN FAM-Z01 AND Z02

Yoshinori Hamamoto, Hideo Mori

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Abstract

Estimations of an annual cooling and heating supply energy from FAM-Z01 or Z02/water adsorption refrigeration and heat pump system driven by solar thermal energy were conducted with simulation. The total cooling and heating supply energies at 20 degrees Celsius were calculated every hour for a year with an assumption of the adsorption equilibrium theory and climate condition at Fukuoka in Japan. They were 630 GJ/year and 518 GJ/year from Z01 and Z02 at collecting fluid temperature of 57 degrees Celsius under the solar collector area of 247m2, respectively. The optimum fluid temperature of Z01 was 57degrees Celsius which was lower than that of Z02.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)84
JournalGrand Renewable Energy proceedings
Volume1
Issue number0
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jun 20 2018

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