活性炭素繊維へのエタノール蒸気の吸着過程に関する研究

Translated title of the contribution: Study on Adsorption Process of Ethanol Vapor to Activated Carbon Fibers

仮屋 圭史, I.I. EL-Sharkawy, 須田 恵介, B.B. Saha, 桑原 憲, 小山 繁

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Performance enhancement of adsorption cooling system has been required for commercial use. Therefore, revealing details of adsorption phenomena are important for optimizing adsorber/desorber heat exchanger which is the bottle-neck of the system. This study deals with the experimental investigation of ethanol vapor adsorption on activated carbon fiber (ACF) under equilibrium condition along with one-dimensional transient numerical simulation of heat and mass transfer in the adsorbent bed is also performed. In order to suggest optimizing method for performance improvement, the present study considered the relationships between cooling capacity and system performance inducing parameters, such as cooling water temperature, ACF height and apparent density in the simulation model. Simulation results agreed well with the experimental data and it is found that the cooling capacity can be enhanced by optimizing ACF bed thickness. Simulation results also shows that the temperatures of adsorber and evaporator do not have significant effects on the optimum adsorption cycle time.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)355-363
Number of pages9
Journal日本冷凍空調学会論文集
Volume23
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2006

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Activated carbon
Carbon fibers
Ethanol
Vapors
Adsorption
Cooling
Bottles
Cooling water
Evaporators
Cooling systems
Adsorbents
Heat exchangers
Mass transfer
Heat transfer
Temperature
Computer simulation

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活性炭素繊維へのエタノール蒸気の吸着過程に関する研究. / 仮屋圭史; EL-Sharkawy, I.I.; 須田恵介; Saha, B.B.; 桑原憲; 小山繁.

In: 日本冷凍空調学会論文集, Vol. 23, No. 4, 2006, p. 355-363.

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仮屋圭史, EL-Sharkawy, II, 須田恵介, Saha, BB, 桑原憲 & 小山繁 2006, '活性炭素繊維へのエタノール蒸気の吸着過程に関する研究', 日本冷凍空調学会論文集, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 355-363. https://doi.org/10.11322/tjsrae.23.355
仮屋圭史 ; EL-Sharkawy, I.I. ; 須田恵介 ; Saha, B.B. ; 桑原憲 ; 小山繁. / 活性炭素繊維へのエタノール蒸気の吸着過程に関する研究. In: 日本冷凍空調学会論文集. 2006 ; Vol. 23, No. 4. pp. 355-363.
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