1988, "Thermodynamic evaluation of refrigerants in the vapor compression cycle using reduced properties," International Journal of Refrigeration, 11(3), pp.
What does VCC stand for?
VCC stands for Vapor Compression Cycle (thermodynamics)
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Thermodynamic evaluation of refrigerants in the vapor compression cycle using reduced properties.
It effectively combines a vapor compression cycle with an "organic Rankine cycle," an existing energy conversion technology.
In this article, the integration of two different cooling technologies: thermoelectric (TE) cooling and the vapor compression cycle (VCC), is investigated to enhance the performance of the latter.
There are multiple ways that a TES can be incorporated into a standard vapor compression cycle (VCC) in order to hybridize the cycle.
To address the global warming effects of the air-conditioning and refrigeration systems, researchers worldwide are focusing on enhancing the efficiency of vapor compression cycles and the use of low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants such as HFO-1234yf, HFC-152a, and natural refrigerants.
The vapor compression cycle models are detailed down to the component level and consist of an e-NTU relationship for heat exchangers, correlations for the heat transfer coefficients of refrigerant, air, and water; and an efficiency-based compressor model.
They further suggested using the vapor compression cycle driven by the microturbine to convert the energy of concentrated sunlight to the low- temperature latent heat storage.