40_Lessons_on_Refrigeration_and_Air_Conditioning_www.hvac-eng.ir_129

40_Lessons_on_Refrigeration_and_Air_Conditioning_www.hvac-eng.ir_129

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Q B,in = 2880 kJ (Ans.) Neglecting the heat transferred during initial sensible cooling of vapour, the total heat transferred at Vessel A is: Q A,out = Amount of water vapour condensed X latent heat of vapourization = 2500 kJ (Ans.) The difference in energy transferred at A and B is stored in the form of heat of solution. (Ans.) f) To reverse the process and arrive at initial condition, the condensed water in vessel A has to be vapourized by supplying heat to vessel A. The vapour generated is
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