Vapor-compression refrigeration or vapor-compression refrigeration system (VCRS), in which the refrigerant undergoes phase changes, is one of the many refrigeration cycles and is the most widely used method for air-conditioning of buildings and automobiles. It is also used in domestic and commercial refrigerators, large-scale warehouses for chilled or frozen storage of foods and meats, refrigerated trucks and railroad cars, and a host of other commercial and industrial services. In this model, user will be able to run the model dynamically. R134a and other ammonia fluids are used. User can add more working fluids based on his design. Cross flow cooling tower unit is used as a cooling load through the condenser unit of the vapor compression cycle.
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**MatLab-SimuLink should be used to run the model.
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Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle with Cross Flow Cooling Tower
User can reform the model based on his need. Dynamic modeling is allowed.