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Feasibility analysis of an exhaust gas waste heat driven jet-ejector cooling system for charge air cooling of turbocharged gasoline engines
Zitatschlüssel Zegenhagen2015d
Autor Zegenhagen, M T and Ziegler, F
Seiten 221–230
Jahr 2015
ISSN 0306-2619
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2015.09.057
Journal Applied Energy
Jahrgang 160
Zusammenfassung Abstract The present paper analyzes the feasibility of an exhaust gas driven jet-ejector cooling system for charge air cooling of turbocharged gasoline engines in addition to the conventional charge air cooler to increase the engine efficiency. Thereto, steady-state experiments of a jet-ejector cooling system and an exhaust gas heat exchanger prototype working with the refrigerant R134a are used to analyze the operation and control of the compound system and determine feasible cooling capacities, charge air temperatures, thermal COP th and hydraulic COP h . Moreover, the cooling system is rated regarding its power densities and engine backpressure. The exhaust gas waste heat recovery, system power densities, and engine backpressure are acceptable. However, the hydraulic COP h and the amount of reject heat need to be improved, necessitating for instance a multi-staging of the jet-ejection.
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