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A Performance comparison of vapour compression refrigeration system using various alternative refrigerants
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Author(s)
A.Baskaran, P.Koshy Mathews
KEYWORDS
Refrigeration, Alternative Refrigerants, R152a, Di methylether, Propane, Isobutane, R134a
ABSTRACT
A performance analysis on a vapour compression refrigeration system with various refrigerants mixture of R152a, RE170, R600a, and R290 were done for various mixture ratios and their results were compared with R134a as possible alternative replacement. The
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