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10176 Thermosyphon recovery systems
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A thermosyphon heat exchanger system utilizes the naturalconvection circulation of a two-phase refrigerant to transfer energy between two airstreams The sealed-tube thermosyphon is similar to the heat pipe, but instead of a wick relies on gravity to return the liquid refrigerant Thus the pipe must be installed vertically
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The coil loop thermosyphon is similar to the coil loop system but without a pump The system may be bidirectional or unidirectional, as shown in Fig 1034 Individual loops have fairly low ef ciencies 25 percent is typical Loops may be installed in series to achieve higher recovery rates
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10177 Condenser heat recovery
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Reclamation of condenser heat is very common for reheat control in the cooling cycle, particularly where high air ow rates and/or humidity control is involved Several methods are available The simplest method is to make the return (hot) condensing water available directly to the reheat coils (Fig 1035) If an open-circuit cooling tower is used, there will be problems with fouling in the coils A closed-circuit tower should be used A double-bundle shell-and-tube condenser can be used, as shown in Fig 1036 The reheat loop functions continuously but may not use enough heat to satisfy the refrigeration cycle The loop to the cooling tower is controlled to be used as required to make up the difference
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Figure 1034 Coil loop thermosyphon heat recovery (SOURCE: Copyright 2000, American
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Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc, wwwashraeorg Reprinted by permission from ASHRAE Handbook, 2000 HVAC Systems and Equipment, Chap 44, Fig 23)
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Figure 1035 Condenser water used for reheat
Solar Heating
Solar energy may be utilized to provide part or all of a building s space-heating requirements, for domestic or process water heating, as the heat source in an absorption refrigeration cycle, and in many other useful ways Technically, the most important problems have been solved At this writing, active solar heating systems have such a high rst cost that the economic recovery period is excessive in all but a few special cases This will change only when conventional fuel costs increase to several times their present rate or when some way is found to decrease the rst cost of solar heating systems For a full discussion of solar heating design, see the chapter on solar energy in the ASHRAE Handbook6 Do not take this brief paragraph as understated
Figure 1036 Reheating using a double-bundle condenser
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regarding solar energy In fact, many of the renewable energies wind, tide, organic fuels, and hydroelectric and photovoltaic power are solar-derived There is great respect for the contribution of the sun to our communal well-being 1019 Humidi cation
Humidi cation is the process of increasing the moisture content of the air in a conditioned space This operation is used wherever some low limit of humidity is required and is needed only when the drying effect of outside air (as in winter) cannot be compensated by humidity sources, such as people or functions, within the space Moisture may be added directly in the space or in the air-handling unit serving the space Methods of adding humidity include sprays and atomizers, evaporators, and steam injectors
10191 Sprays and atomizers
Spray or atomizer humidi ers work by breaking the water into very small droplets so that it may readily be vaporized and diffused in the air Spray humidi ers are usually mounted in the air ducts, where the unabsorbed water may be collected by an eliminator system and recirculated by a pump (see the discussion of evaporative coolers in Sec 99) Atomizers are designed to create a very ne mist and are often located within the conditioned space Any spray or atomizing humidi er creates a sensible cooling effect because the heat of vaporization must come from the air On the psychrometric chart, this is shown as a constant wet-bulb process (see Fig 929) Control may be manual or automatic, by cycling the spray pump or atomizer slinger It is necessary to have adequate free or forced air circulation around the atomizer Otherwise the air in its vicinity will become saturated, and the moisture will coalesce into droplets and fall as rain Dissolved solids in the water may precipitate as a powder or scale on the humidi er Using deionized spray water is helpful Bacterial control at the device may be necessary
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