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Applied Thermodynamics and Refrigeration



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Cooling of electronic components by two-phase thermosyphon systems (Professor Björn Palm)

Period: 1998-01-01

In an earlier project it has been demonstrated that up to 190W can be dissipated from a 1 cm2 surface by two-phase thermosyphons with temperature differences of about 15°C between the evaporator and » more
Efficient evaporators for domestic refrigerators and freezers (Professor Björn Palm)

Period: 1999-10-01 - 2009-12-31

The present project is devoted to the investigation of heat transfer and pressure drop during evaporation of refrigerants in evaporators of the types common in domestic refrigerators and freezers. The » more
Exergy – a matter of quality (Folke Björk)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-30

Analysis of exergy-demanding processes in buildings for radically reducing the use of high quality energy » more
Heat transfer and pressure drop during evaporation in small plate heat exchangers (Professor Björn Palm)

Period: 1997-07-01

The aim of the project is to increase the knowledge concerning the mechanisms of heat transfer and pressure drop during boiling and condensation in plate heat exchangers. This is to be realised » more
Heat transfer and pressure drop inside narrow channels in single and two-phase flow (Professor Björn Palm)

Period: 1999-01-01 - 2007-12-31

Since the effect of surface tension may be remarkable in a small diameter tube, it is anticipated that the characteristics of gas-liquid two-phase flow differ from those in a round tube with a large » more
Solar cooling - solar-driven ejector refrigeration system (Professor Per Lundqvist)

Period: 2001-01-16

This project is divided into two parts. The first part will clarify the possibilities for solar cooling in various climates dependent on local possibilities and conditions. This is achieved by » more
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