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Thermodynamics air-conditioning problem

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An absorption air-conditioning system is to remove heat from the conditioned space at 20°C at a rate of 120 kJ/s while operating in an environment at 35°C. Heat is to be supplied from a geothermal source at 160°C. The minimum rate of heat supply is:

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The thermodynamics air conditioning problems are examined. Geothermal sources are provided.

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