PENGUJIAN VARIASI BEBAN ALAT PENGERING PAKAIAN SISTEM HIBRIDA DENGAN KAPASITAS RUANG PENGERING SATU METER KUBIK

Sari Farah Dina, A. Halim Nasution, Haris Rusandi

Abstract


This study was made in order to analyze the drying specific energy consumption value from the eco-friendly dryer using air conditioner with 1 HP. Part which be used from the air conditioner is Condenser. The advantage of this study are to make a eco-friendly dryer with a system that has not effect by season, for example like rainy season. And other advantage of this study are developing in sustainable energy of refrigeration technology and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The results from this study with drying rate by 90 – 220 minutes is 0,704 kg/h - 0,8945 kg/h. Specific moisture extraction rate of each drying are 0,4776 kg/kW–0,6068 kg/kWh and specific energy consumption are 2,094 kWh/kg–1,65 kWh/kg.

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drying rate; specific moisture extraction rate; specific energy consumption;

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