Solar powered air conditioner, with solar energy and renewable biomass fuel as the main energy source for heating, is a true green heating method. When cooling, the ground source is used with a small amount of electric energy, and the superconducting energy conveying system is used for direct cooling to achieve the most reasonable energy-saving cooling effect. Traditional air coolers cannot eliminate the annoying side effects of long-term consumption of large amounts of energy, low energy efficiency, and accelerated global warming. If people can successfully use the sun to cool their homes or offices, it's better -- it doesn't consume a lot of hard-to-renew energy, and it doesn't release too much carbon dioxide during the cooling process.
Principle of refrigeration
Solar powered air conditioner
refrigeration is the use of solar collectors to provide the heat storage water required by the generator for the absorption chiller. The temperature of the heat medium water is higher , and the coefficient of performance (also known as COP) of the refrigerator is higher, so that the cooling efficiency of the air conditioning system is also higher. For example, if the temperature of the heat medium water is about 60 ° C, the COP of the refrigerator is about 0 to 40; if the temperature of the heat medium water is about 90 ° C, the COP of the refrigerator is about 0 to 70; if the temperature of the heat medium is about 120 ° C, the COP of the refrigerator can reach 110 or more.
Practice has proved that the solar powered air conditioner technology scheme combining the heat pipe vacuum tube collector and the lithium bromide absorption chiller is successful. It opens up a new field of application for solar thermal utilization technology.
When the solar powered air conditioner is heated, the superconducting solar collector is used to absorb the solar radiant energy, and the superconducting liquid is transferred to the composite superconducting energy storage converter. When the temperature of the heat storage system reaches 40 °C, the central temperature control system automatically issues a heating command, so that the indoor cooling and heating dispersion system is in a heating state, and the hot air is output through the air outlet. When the room temperature reaches the set temperature value, the output of hot air is stopped. When the temperature of the room is lower than the set value, the air outlet outputs hot air, so that the automatic circulation reaches the purpose of heating (the temperature setting of each room is independent, not mutually influences). In the case of continuous cloudy days, when the solar energy is insufficient, the biomass heat energy generator is put into use to supplement the shortage of solar energy.