Hakimuddin A. Hussain, Akash M. Langde

An Analysis of the Efficient Use of Nanoparticles in Air Conditioners Based on Vapour Compression Refrigeration Systems

  • General Earth and Planetary Sciences
  • General Environmental Science

The urgent need for energy-saving initiatives has shifted its focus to improve air conditioner efficiency. Room air conditioners are used by roughly half of India’s population, so their performance must be improved. Any improvement in the performance of the air conditioner will result in significant energy savings. Nanoparticles in base fluid are used to improve the performance of Vapour Compression Refrigeration System i.e., VCRS-based air conditioners by taking advantage of increased thermal conductivity. This paper summarises the various approaches to using nanofluid in air conditioners based on the Vapour Compression Refrigeration System (VCRS). It covers methods such as using nanoparticles as a secondary fluid for heat extraction, nanorefrigerant and nanolubricant which will aid researchers in exploring newer methods of improvement

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