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Performance Comparison of Flooded Seawater Cooling System with respect to Heat Sink Temperature
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Performance Comparison of Flooded Seawater Cooling System with respect to Heat Sink Temperature
Yoon, Jung-In; Choi, Kwang-Hwan; Son, Chang-Hyo; Kang, In-Ho; Kim, Chung-Lae; Seol, Sung-Hoon;
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 Abstract
A fleet consists of a main vessel, light vessels and carrying vessels for purse seine fishery. Carrying vessels contains fish storages to maintain freshness of catches. Currently most carrying vessels applies the cooling system using plain ice though accompanied various shortcomings. Seawater cooling system directly chilling seawater are now in use on carrying vessels in some developed countries to make up for these shortcomings and maximize advantages. This research deals with necessity of seawater cooling systems and establishes system criteria using Aspentech HYSYS program, prior to an experiment of compact-scale seawater cooling system which now in progress of manufacture. Performance comparison on condensation capacity, mass flow rate of working fluid, compressor power input, pump power input and others of the seawater cooling system applying a flooded evaporator is conducted with respect to the temperature of surface seawater varying according to seasons. The result presents that mass flow rate circulating the system is increased about 16.7% as the temperature of surface seawater increases. At the same condition, condensation capacity and compressor input work also increase about 9.8% and 91.2%, respectively.
 Keywords
Flooded type evaporator;Fish storage;Heat sink temperature;Surface seawater temperature;
 Language
Korean
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