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Design and Fabrication of Commercial Walk in Cooler


Kanthy Reddy Yeggoni , St Johns College of engineering and technology,yemmiganur.; H Ranganna, St Johns College of engineering and technology,yemmiganur.; GMD Javeed Basha, St Johns College of engineering and technology,yemmiganur.


Commercial Walk, Cooler


In this project designed a model of expanded air refrigeration systems easy carrying and maintain. This project design address and overcome problems of air cooled refrigeration systems of commercial shops, business areas and also domestically usage cooling systems. Project model mainly focused to reducing cooling lose transforming from one place another place through pipes in case of centralized chilled water cooling system and also Focus of walk in cooler system weight and size minimizing to carrying easily from one place to another place within the premises by this structure saving energy comparatively more than nowadays usage cooling system. This type Design was user friendly and ecofriendly by minimizing power consumption. This cooling system easily settled anywhere like fit in rooftop package of a commercial building in the hot and dry climate condition. The optimal supply air temperature and refrigerant flow rate are calculated based on the cooling load and ambient dry-bulb temperature in summer session. Checked project performance with other of using empirically based models of the refrigeration system components for place taking and commercial advantages and also energy savings. The results are promising as approximately 12% saving of the average power consumption can be achieved in this project to a predetermined comfort constraint on the ambient temperature. Project approach will make an attractive contribution to residential and commercial shops and also stores applications for easy carrying and energy saving.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I60081
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2018
Page(s): 160-163

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