Team 13 AC System Zero Global Warming

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Unformatted text preview: Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/7/11 New A/C System Using Refr iger ants With Zer o Global War ming Potential Jomal Whiteside N ajeeb Reyes Javier Gar cia Dr . Yiding Cao (Advisor ) 8/7/11 Problem Statement Coolants used in commercial AC systems such as R-12 and R-134a have adverse impacts on the environment European countries are outlawing harmful refrigerants such as R-134a for AC systems by 2011. Other countries such as U.S. are considering similar measures 8/7/11 Project Objectives • Design a workable A/C system which uses a natural and environmentally friendly refrigerant that serves as an alternate for halogenated refrigerants: • Without the hazards of toxicity and flammability • With comparable performance measured by Refrigeration Efficiency (RE), Coefficient of Performance (COP), and Refrigerating Capacity 8/7/11 Project Metrics AC system with cooling capacity 5000 – 7500 Btu/hr Use of natural coolant with zero GWP and zero ODP compared to Achieve a COP comparable to R-134a of 3 – 4 8/7/11...
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course EML 4905 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at FIU.

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