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Computational Simulation on An Energy Saving Regenerative Refrigerating System

  • Zheng Jeremy Li
Conference paper

Abstract

A new type of energy-saving regenerative refrigerating system has been designed by the author and the prototype has been proved functioning properly. In this paper, the principle of the system is analyzed and the model is simulated by the computational fluid dynamics. The major advantages of this system include: the functioning efficiency is higher, the structure is simple and compact with less vibration, and frictional losses are very small between free piston and cylinder.

Keywords

Computational Fluid Dynamic Heat Pipe Computational Simulation Frictional Loss Expansive Cavity 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Zheng Jeremy Li
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  1. 1.Associate Professor, School of EngineeringUniversity of BridgeportBridgeportUSA

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