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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Domestic Absorption Refrigeration System Powered By Heat Loss Of Woodburning Cookstove
Author: Pereira J.T.V.
Martins G.
Abstract: The current utilization of woodburning cookstoves in Brazil was surveyed. A traditional heavy-mass woodburning cookstove was studied as a thermal equipment and its thermal efficiency was evaluated by two methods. A new combustion chamber was designed and tested, presenting relevant efficiency increase. A closed two-phase thermosyphon using water as working fluid was designed, built and connected to the combustion chamber of the cookstove. The heat flux and temperature level available during stove operation were determined. Finally, a commercial absorption refrigerator was coupled with the stove through the thermosyphon. The overall results of the coupling signalled a successful country-side applications.
Editor: Farm Machinery Industrial Research Corp, Tokyo, Japan
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: 1995
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