Energetic analysis and development of a new recovery system from a combustion engine of a vehicle for cooling and storage of eutectic plates for drugs
- International Journal of Biosensors & Bioelectronics
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This manuscript represents an energetic analysis of a new system. This system is essentially based on the recovery of heat from the exhaust gas of a vehicle engine. The energy recovery has been achieved by the integration of two thermodynamic cycles; the Organic Rankine (ORC) cycle to produce electricity and the vapour compression cycle (VCC) to produce refrigeration. The first part of this study is devoted to describe the operating principle of this new system. The last part of this study presents the mathematical equations and the thermodynamic models to be used during this study.
energy, combustion engine, eutectic plates, drugs, fuel, renewable energies