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Project Report On

PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF ICE PLANT TEST RIG USING NANO FLUIDS

By

MR. TANMAY MISTRY

MR. KAMLAKAR RAJARAM

MR. HARISH PATIL

MR. VINEET MAKWANA

Guided By

Prof. M.G.LANDAGE

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Mechanical Engineering Department

ICEM, Pune – 410506 [2015-16]

Shree Chanakya Education Society’s

Indira College of Engineering &

Management, Pune.

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C E R T I F I C A T E

This is to certify that

TANMAY MISTRY,                                                       B120520889

KAMLAKAR RAJARAM,                                             B120520914

HARISH PATIL,                                                             B120520900

VINEET MAKWANA                                                    B120520885

Have successfully completed the project work entitled Performance Analysis of Ice plant test rig using Nano fluidsin the partial fulfillment of B.E. (Mechanical) for Savitribai Phule Pune University.

Prof. M.G. Landage                  Prof. M. G.  Bhong                           Prof. S. B. Ingole

Project Guide                              HOD, Mechanical                           Principal, ICEM

Internal Examiner                Date:                                                Seal

                                              Place:                                                

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

With immense pleasure, we are presenting this project report as a part of the curriculum of B.E. (Mechanical). We wish to thank all the people who gave us endless support right from the stage the idea was conceived.

We would like to thank Prof. Mahesh Bhong (HOD, Mechanical Department), & Prof. Snehal Sakhare (Project Coordinator) for giving us the opportunity to deliver a project on this interesting topic.

We are heartily thankful to Prof. Milind Landage whose encouragement, guidance and support from the initial to the final level enabled us to develop an understanding of the subject.  This project would not be possible without help of our internet department & library department who helped me gathering the information from various sources.

Lastly, we want to thanks to all of those who supported us in any respect during the completion of the project.

                                                                                         

                                                                                               Mr. Kamlakar B. Rajaram.

                                                                                               Mr. Tanmay N. Mistry.

                                                                                               Mr. Harish Patil

                                                                                               Mr. Vineet Makwana.

 


LIST OF FIGURE

Figure 1 Phase diagram of an aqueous secondary coolant        

Figure 1.2 Length scale of Nano fluids        

Figure 1.3 Nano fluids        

Figure 1.4 Preparation of Nano fluids        

Figure 1.5 Schematic illustration of the phase transfer process.        

Figure 1.6 Common base fluids, Nanoparticles and surfactants for synthesizing Nano fluids        

Figure 1.7 Stability of Nano fluids        

Figure 1.8 Brownian motion        

Figure 1.9 Liquid layering at liquid particle interface        

Figure 1.10 (a) Schematics and (b) P-h diagram of vapor compression system.        

Figure 1.11 Ice plant test rig        

Figure 3.1 Schematic representations of ice plant test rig        

Figure 13 Theoretical and Actual COP        

Figure 14 Comparison of Compressor Power        

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1. Thermal conductivity of different materials        

Table 1.2 Result Table        

NOMENCLATURE

QL – Refrigerating effect (KJ/Kg)

QH – Heat rejected by refrigerant (KJ/Kg)

 h – Enthalpy value

Win – Work of Compressor

T1 – Compressor Suction Temperature

T2 – Compressor Discharge Temperature

T3- Temperature after Condensation

T4- Temperature after Expansion

T5- Brine Solution Temperature

T6-Ice Can Temperature

COP - Co-efficient of Performance

h1 =Enthalpy value after evaporation

h2 =Enthalpy value after compression

h3 =Enthalpy value after condensation

h4 =Enthalpy value after expansion

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1        INTRODUCTION        

1.1        PROBLEM STATEMENT        

1.2        OBJECTIVE        

1.3        SCOPE        

1.4        METHODOLOGY        

1.4.1        PREPARATION OF NANO FLUIDS        

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