RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS TO BE CARRIED OUT:
- To observe the working principal of heat pump cycle.
- To determine Actual cooling C.O.P, Carnot C.O.P., Theoretical C.O.P.,Actual heating C.O.P., Relative C.O.P., Ton of Refrigeration Etc.
- To determine the efficiency of the heat pump system.
- Observe the working of refrigeration cycle also.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION :
Heat pumps are refrigeration systems in which the rejected heat is at least as important as the refrigeration effect. Heat pumps have been referred to as reverse-cycle refrigeration systems.
A heat pump, in the common thermodynamic sense, is a system in which refrigeration components ( compressors, condensers, evaporators, and expansion devices ) are used in such a manner as to take heat from a source ( air, water ground, etc. ) and give it up to a heat sink ( air, water, ground, etc.) that is at a higher temperature than the source. For many applications, the heat pump is designed in such a manner as to reverse the cooling and heating functions. This allows the use of the same equipment for both heating and cooling and individual structure. Other applications are designed to simultaneously utilize both the heating and cooling effects obtained from the cycle in the same structure.
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT :
Size :1.5 m.(L)x 1m(W) X 1.5m ( H )
Weight :Approx. 120 Kg
SERVICE REQUIRED :
Power Supply : 230 v Ac Supply 50 Hz
SCOPE OF DELIVERY:
- Experimental Setup
- Instructional Manual
OPTIONAL FACILITY: Data logging Facility