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TECHNICAL BRIEFS

A Study of the Performance of a Hybrid Liquid Desiccant Cooling System Using Lithium Chloride

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Pedro Mago

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Universidad de Oriente, Puerto La Cruz, Anzoategui, Venezuela

D. Yogi Goswami

Solar Energy and Energy Conversion Laboratory, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611 e-mail: solar@cimar.me.ufl.edu

J. Sol. Energy Eng 125(1), 129-131 (Jan 27, 2003) (3 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1530199 History: Received February 01, 2001; Revised August 01, 2002; Online January 27, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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References

Fumo, N., and Goswami, Y., 2000, “Study of the Aqueous Lithium Chloride Desiccant System, Part I: Air Dehumidification,” Proc. of Millennium Solar Forum 2000, C. A. Estrada, ed., Asociacion Nacional de Energia Solar, pp. 307–312.
Fumo, N., and Goswami, Y., 2000, “Study of the Aqueous Lithium Chloride Desiccant System, Part II: Desiccant Regeneration,” Proc. of Millennium Solar Forum 2000, C. A. Estrada, ed., Asociacion Nacional de Energia Solar, pp. 313–318.
Oberg,  V., and Goswami,  D. Y., 1998, “A Review of Liquid Desiccant Cooling,” Advances in Solar Energy, 12, pp. 346–385. American Solar Energy Society, Boulder, CO.
Mago, P., and Goswami, D. Y. 2001, “A Simulation model and Software for the Performance Simulation of a Hybrid Liquid Desiccant Cooling System,” Proc. of American Solar Energy Society’s Forum 2001-Solar Energy, The Power to Choose, April, Washington, DC, pp. 229–235.

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Grahic Jump Location
Air conditioning system showing measurements locations
Grahic Jump Location
Influence of inlet air temperature with constant relative humidity on the water condensation rate
Grahic Jump Location
Influence of inlet air temperature on change of enthalpy of the system

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