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    Title: Ejector Nozzle Design By Numerical Simulation For The Ejector Type Air-Conditioner System
    Authors: 周煥銘
    Keywords: Ejector;Nozzle;Design;Solar;Simulation;Air Conditioner
    Date: 2010-12
    Issue Date: 2012-09-11 13:56:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This paper presents numerical analyses for the study of the ejector nozzle of a solar aided ejector-based air conditioner system which uses water as working fluid. Analyses of steady-state computational fluid dynamics (CFD) were conducted in order to corroborate and optimize the results of previous one dimensional studies in a three dimensional simulation. Several valuable discoveries were found through the simulation: Optimal conditions of geometry for known mass flow rates and temperatures were found; different dimensions of the nozzle were found as optimal for the same conditions proposed in previous literature; it was also proven that geometries and initial conditions, proposed in other literature, don’t always yield physically reasonable results.
    Relation: Clean Energy Technologies And Energy Efficiency For Sustainable Development 2010, 印度
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