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Air Conditioning by Cum Solar VCRS

Vishal Chouhan, Vishal Soni, Akshay Bisen, Aayush Soni


Increasing refrigeration performance through cycle modification is a current study area of interest because it can help utility power plants lower their environmental pollution by reducing the amount of electricity they use. Nowadays, more individuals use water coolers instead of air conditioning because it is more expensive. The use of water coolers causes moisture to be discharged, which dries up our environment. Moreover, saving electricity is currently the biggest issue. Every customer's top priority is to purchase the most cost-effective goods possible, and our model satisfies both of these demands. A
typical air conditioner has a capital cost of about $25,000 and a significant running cost due to the amount of electricity it uses. We apply the VCRS idea in our model, "SOLAR POWERED AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM." Under this theory, a compressor is powered by 24 V DC batteries that are recharged by solar power. Owing to the lack of moving parts, low maintenance requirements, and
utilisation of solar energy and DC batteries, our project will be within the means of all local communities. If we install ‘SOLAR POWERED AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM’ then we will be operate it in day time as well as during off sunshine hours with DC-current to store solar energy in battery.


Environment pollution, air conditioning system, energy savings, solar energy, direct current, vapor compression system

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