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Development of New Cooling System using Nacelle Duct

Authors: Minho Ha, SeungHeo, Cheolung Cheong, Park K. Y.

Abstract:

In this paper, a new cooling system using a nacelle duct is proposed for the mechanical room in the household refrigerator. The conventional mechanical room consists of a condenser, a compressor and an axial fan. The axial fan is mainly responsible for cooling the condenser and the compressor. The new cooling system is developed by replacing the axial fan with the nacelle duct including the small centrifugal fan. The parametric study is carried out to find the optimum designs of the nacelle duct in terms of performance and efficiency. Through this study, it is revealed that the new system can reduce the space, electrical power and noise compared with the conventional system

Keywords: Centrifugal Fan, Cooling Fan, Nacelle Duct, Refrigerator

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1075096

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