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Paper Title: A Review on Potential of Novel Energy-Efficient Dew-Point Evaporative Air Cooling System
Authors Name: Saurabh G. Pandey , Tejendra B. Patel , Devang S. Patel
Unique Id: IJRTI1801003
Published In: Volume 3 Issue 1, January-2018
Abstract: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) sector is responsible for consumption of most of the energy of the world. Main reason for the energy consumption in the cooling sector is reliability on conventional mechanical air conditioning system which consist of compressor, a high energy consuming device. Also, conventional mechanical air conditioning system uses refrigerant as working media, which if leaks will be harmful for the surrounding environment and humans. To overcome these lacking, evaporative cooling system is the suitable substitute. Direct evaporative cooling system cause fair drop in the temperature of air but at the same time it rises the humidity of the air, which is not desirable for human health. Whereas indirect evaporative cooling control the humidity rises but fails to drop temperature of air sufficiently. To utilize the advantages of both direct and indirect evaporative cooling Prof. Valeriy Maisotsenko introduced Maisotsenko Cycle (also called as M-Cycle). After reviewing the various literatures in the field of evaporative cooling it is found that wet bulb effectiveness greater than 100% could be achieved using M-Cycle also it approaches to dew-point temperature of inlet air. Counter flow configuration is more suitable than cross flow configuration. Aluminium dominates other materials in the construction of heat exchanger. M-Cycle has potential to substitute conventional mechanical air conditioning systems in many part of world where hot and dry climatic conditions prevail.
Keywords: Dew point cooling, Maisotsenko Cycle, Indirect Evaporative cooling, Effectiveness
Cite Article: "A Review on Potential of Novel Energy-Efficient Dew-Point Evaporative Air Cooling System", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.3, Issue 1, page no.12 - 17, January-2018, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI1801003.pdf
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