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Total No. of Questions : 09


B.Tech.(ME) (2011 Onwards) (Sem.–7,8)
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REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING
Subject Code : BTME-802
Paper ID : [A3063]
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Time : 3 Hrs. Max. Marks : 60

INSTRUCTION TO CANDIDATES :
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1. SECTION-A is COMPULSORY consisting of TEN questions carrying T WO marks
each.
2. SECTION-B contains FIVE questions carrying FIVE marks each and students
have to attempt any FOUR questions.
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carrying 16232
T EN marks each and 16232
students 16232

have to attempt any T WO questions.

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SECTION-A
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Write briefly :
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(a) Define the term “Air Conditioning”.

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(b) Write the applications of Gas Cycle Refrigeration.
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(c) Distinguish between expansion and throttling of liquid refrigerant.


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the advantages
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(e) Name the three fluids used in a three-fluid vapour absorption system.

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(f) Define the term “Cryogenics”, and write its applications.

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(g) What do you mean by adiabatic mixing of moist air streams without condensation?
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(h) Show heating and dehumidification process on psychometric chart.


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(i) What are various sources
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(j) What is the function of a capillary tube in a household refrigerator?

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SECTION-B
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2. A Carnot refrigeration cycle absorbs heat at 270 K and rejects it at 300 K.

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(ii) If the cycle is absorbing 1130 kJ/min at 270 K, how many kJ of work is required per
second?
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(iii)If the Carnot heat pump operates between the same temperatures as the above
refrigeration cycle, what is the coefficient of performance?
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(iv) How many kJ/min will the heat pump deliver at 300 K if it absorbs 1130 kJ/min at
270 K.
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system with neat 16232
sketch. 16232 16232

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(a) Describe the refrigerating properties of ammonia for use in domestic and commercial
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(b) How will you assign number to the refrigerants methyl chloride and tetra-
chloroethane?

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5.

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39.6 m3/min of a mixture of recirculated room air and outdoor air enters a cooling coil at

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31°C dry bulb temperature and 18.5°C wet bulb temperature. The effective surface

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is such as would
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12.5 kW of refrigeration with the given entering air state. Determine the dry and wet bulb

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temperatures of the air leaving the coil and the by-pass factor.

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system

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of a diagram. 16232 16232

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SECTION-C

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The cooler pressure 16232
is 4.2 bar
b
A dense air machine operates on reversed Brayton cycle and is required for a capacity of
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pressure is 1.4 bar. 16232
The air is
cooled in the cooler at a temperature of 50°C and the temperature of air at inlet to the
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compressor is –20°C. The expansion and compression follows the Law pv1.4 = constant,
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Determine
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(a) COP,

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(c) theoretical piston displacement of compressor,


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(d) theoretical piston displacement of expander, and

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power per tonne of refrigeration.
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Take Cp for air as 1 kJ/kg K


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8. Using the following data, Find the COP if

(a) there is no undercooling, and


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(b) the liquid is cooled by 5°C before expansion by throttling.

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the liquid 16232
evaporates in the evaporator at –15°C when the vapour is condensed at 10°C.
Take specific heat at constant pressure for the superheated vapour as 0.64 kJ/kg K and
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that for liquid as 0.94 kJ/kg K.
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Temp, °C Enthalpy in kJ/kg Specific Entropy in kK/kgK

Liquid Vapour Liquid Vapour

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–15 22.3

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9.
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Write short notes on :
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(a) Package and central air conditioning plants

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(b) Leak detection and charging of refrigerants
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