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 EPE  Vol.12 No.8 , August 2020
Exergetic Analysis of a Refrigeration System with Mechanical Vapors Compression
Abstract: The main purpose of this study is to improve the energy efficiency of a refrigerated facility by means of exergetic analysis. In order to achieve this goal, we have evaluated the input exergy flows of the whole system to deduce the exergetic yields, which are compared to the degree of irreversibility in order to have a qualitative measurement of energy losses. The concept of exergy is the part of energy that is virtually converted into work. The exergetic analysis was performed on a refrigeration unit ZR22K3E Copeland Scroll. The results of this analysis are consistent with the condition, that the exergetic performance, which is: 36.57% and it is approximately equal to the degree of irreversibility which is 37.50%. This approach provides a comprehensive, standard and rigorous framework for the analysis of energy systems, and thus for the understanding and systemic management of the energy challenge.
Cite this paper: Ebale, L. , Nakavoua, A. and Pierre Gomat, L. (2020) Exergetic Analysis of a Refrigeration System with Mechanical Vapors Compression. Energy and Power Engineering, 12, 490-498. doi: 10.4236/epe.2020.128030.
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