Enhancement Of Refrigeration Effect By using Additives For Making Instant Ice: A Review
Author(s):
FAZAL FAREED SHAH, HEMANT S. FARKADE
Keywords:
Tetrafluoroethane ( R-134a ), Ethylene glycol (R22R36), Instant ice, VCR
Abstract
Refrigeration is the process of maintaining a temperature of a system lower than the temperature of surrounding by continous removal of heat. Refrigeration is the method used to cool the space around us to a particular temperature and to freeze water into ice. Based on the application we can use refrigeration to create large amount of ice with minimum consumption of energy. Ice plant is based on the simple refrigeration system which uses vapour compression refrigeration cycle and by using this we are analysing and fabricating the ice plant. The conventional ice plant uses the R-22 refrigerant which is ozone depleting refrigerant it is harmful to our environment and finally leads to degradation of our ozone layer. The environmental impacts like global warming and ozone depletion has become a challenge to the refrigeration industry. ChloroFluoro Carbons (CFCs) and Hydro Flouro Carbons (HCFCs) are referred to as an Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) because once these gases are released into the environment and reach the stratosphere, depletes the ozone layer. Again the basic VCRS refrigeration cycle with its component having compressor ½ Hp is used to obtain the instant ice required for the operation of the project
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Unique Paper ID: 146899

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2

Page(s): 326 - 334
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