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Silica gel water based adsorption cooling system in a pressure-enthalpy-uptake coordinate system: is the adsorption heat which is released at the environment. is the driving heat source, and is the heat released from the heat sink (condenser). Here the amount of adsorbate uptakes varies from 0.01 to 0.4. Here “” indicates experimental data of type RD silica gel+water system.
The isosteric heat of adsorption at zero surface coverage and the characteristics energy as a function of pore width, d (for micropore , for mesopore , and for macropore ). and E against the average pore width of type “RD” and type “A” silica gels are shown here.
PSD of (a) type “RD” and type “A” silica gels and (b) -in-silica gel (Ref. 29).
Performance of adsorption cooling cycle as a function of total micropore volume and pore size for the regeneration temperature of .
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