A prescription for primary nozzle diameters for solar driven ejectors
There is a growing interest in ejector cooling systems driven by solar heat. One of the main problems with solar cooling using ejectors is that the ejector cannot operate well if the operating conditions stray from the design point temperatures. Ejectors with variable geometry have been proposed and modelling shows that they are able to increase the operating range of an ejector. In particular, ejectors with a variable primary nozzle throat diameter have been experimentally shown to enhance...[Show more]
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