Analysis of heat recovery system for air-conditioning application in motor yachts

Dariusz Butrymowicz , Mateusz Kędzierski , Kamil Leszek Śmierciew , Jerzy Gagan

Abstract

Combustion engine is a primary source for electric energy consumed in all electrical devices in ships and yachts. Conversion of fuel energy into mechanical and electrical energy is related to creation of a significant amount of heat, which is irretrievably removed. Ejection system can be effectively driven by low-grade heat source such as waste heat from the engine. The paper presents analytical analysis of thermal-flow operating parameters of waste heat node used for small yachts air-conditioning systems. The results show that such solution can produce 15 kW of cold consuming 70 kW of heat at temperature of 120 ºC. Cooling capacity of 15 kW should satisfy cooling demand of small- and mid-size yachts.
Author Dariusz Butrymowicz (FME / DMDTE)
Dariusz Butrymowicz,,
- Department of Machinery Design and Thermal Engineering
, Mateusz Kędzierski (FME)
Mateusz Kędzierski,,
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
, Kamil Leszek Śmierciew (FME / DMDTE)
Kamil Leszek Śmierciew,,
- Department of Machinery Design and Thermal Engineering
, Jerzy Gagan (FME / DMDTE)
Jerzy Gagan,,
- Department of Machinery Design and Thermal Engineering
Pages1-8
Publication size in sheets0.5
Book Minea Vasile (eds.): Refrigeration Science and Technology Proceedings: 25th IIR International Congress of Refrigeration, 2019, International Institute of Refrigeration, ISBN 978-2-36215-035-7, 5052 p.
Keywords in Englishair-conditioning, marine, heat recovery, yacht, ejection refrigeration system, energy efficiency, desiccant wheel
DOIDOI:10.18462/iir.icr.2019.0665
Internal identifierROC 19-20
Languageen angielski
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