Thermoacoustic Refrigerator for High Temperature Gradient

Abhishek Mishra, Ankur Kumar Choudhary, Taniya Tomar, Jagannath Korody

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Abstract

Leakage of HFCs, thermal shocks to sensitive devices, moving mechanical components which in turn require more maintenance, are some of the cons of a conventional vapor compression system.The newest field in refrigeration overcoming such flaws is Thermoacoustic refrigerator (TAR), where the sound energy is used to generate a temperature difference which can be used for refrigeration. TAR are environment friendly, do not use any kind of refrigerants, and as the compressor and expander are not used, hence, its life is more than a conventional VCR. The objective is to obtain a substantial temperature gradient using a Thermoacoustic Refrigerator. The methodology is to choose the suitable material and design the prototype. A large part of this project is devoted to explore the different designs for thermo acoustic refrigerators, and select the optimum one for maximum utility. With the present system, it was possible to achieve a temperature difference across the stack of 14 K.

Original languageEnglish
Article number04003
JournalMATEC Web of Conferences
Volume144
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 09-01-2018

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Thermoacoustics
Refrigerators
Thermal gradients
Refrigeration
Videocassette recorders
Thermal shock
Refrigerants
Compressors
Acoustics
Vapors
Acoustic waves
Temperature
Defects

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  • Chemistry(all)
  • Materials Science(all)
  • Engineering(all)

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Mishra, Abhishek ; Choudhary, Ankur Kumar ; Tomar, Taniya ; Korody, Jagannath. / Thermoacoustic Refrigerator for High Temperature Gradient. In: MATEC Web of Conferences. 2018 ; Vol. 144.
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