Absorption Chilled Automobile Climate System

Anders Worning Slot, Claus Svend Simonsen, Morten Bjelbo Thomsen & Arne Jørgensen Egelund
In an average combustion engine automobile, more than half of the fuel energy released upon combustion, is lost through dissipated heat. By employing the principle of absorption cooling, our project aims to utilize this excess heat to provide the cooling needed for the car’s climate system. This would in turn increase the fuel efficiency of the average car with up to 10%, as the conventional cooling system in today’s cars is a compressor driven system,...
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