Use of variable geometry ejector with cold store to achieve high solar fraction for solar cooling
Concerns over environmental impact of heat pump cooling systems have led to a revival of solar ejector cooling systems. In order to achieve high solar fractions, the common approach is to increase the solar collector area. However, this is costly and does not provide cooling after sunset. This paper uses software modelling to examine the use of variable geometry ejectors and cold stores to increase the annual yield of an ejector system. The study concludes that a variable geometry ejector is...[Show more]
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