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Performance Assessment of a Solar-Powered Absorption System in Libya

Abstract During the last years there has been an increasing consciousness of the environmental problems, created by the use of fossil fuels in electrical power generation consumed by converting cooling systems. In addition, the use of common working fluids (refrigerants), with their ozonedepleting and global warming potential, has become a serious environmental problem. This underlines the need to implement advanced, new concepts in building air-conditioning. The most common global type of thermally driven technology to produce chilled water is absorption cooling. For air-conditioning applications, absorption systems commonly use the water/lithium bromide or ammonia/water as working pair of fluids. The objective of this study is to establish a fundamental basis for further research and development within the field of solar cooling. In this study, an overview of possible systems for solar powered refrigeration and airconditioning systems will be presented. The concept of the ‘Solar Cooling Path’ is introduced, including a discussion of the energy source to the collector. Brief information and comparisons of different absorption refrigeration cycles are also presented. A solar-driven absorption refrigeration system has been selected as a case study for a further detailed investigation. A low temperature heat source can be used to drive the absorption refrigeration cycle, making the system suitable for integration with solar thermal collector. The Transient System Simulation program (TRNSYS) and Engineering Equation Solver (EES) simulation tools are used to model and analyze the performance of a solar-driven absorption refrigeration system. Analysis of the absorption cycle system is initiated by steady-state analysis. A modeling of single effect water/lithium bromide absorption cycle was constructed to study the effect of the operating variable on the system performance and to determine the optimum operating conditions for the absorption cycle. This model was developed by Engineering Equations Solver program (EES). In practice, the ambient conditions and solar radiation are not constant. Therefore, a dynamic analysis is useful for determining the characteristics of the system during the entire year, and dimensioning the important components of the solar collector subsystem, such as storage tanks and collector area. The overall solar absorption cooling system has been simulated by the TRNSYS program with a typical meteorological year file containing the weather parameters for the capital of Libya, Tripoli. Finally, a parametric study was carried out to investigate the influence of key parameters on the overall system performance of solar absorption cooling system and hence to improve and optimize the system design. Results from the parametric optimization indicated that with an area of 130m2 of flat plate collectors with an inclination of 32° and 3.5m3 of storage tank is achieved to cover the demand of air conditioning of a 35kW absorption chiller.
إبراهيم محمد علي الطويري (2011)
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Determination of Stress Intensity Factor for Different Crack Sizes using Finite Element Method

Abstract This Thesis overviews the methods for calculating the stress intensity factor and employs the stress and displacement methods in the current study. The model used simulates a cracked rectangular plate which is subjected to tensile stress. The Finite element method is used to calculate inplane displacement due to applied loads. As a post processing the stress and stress intensity factor over the plate was calculated. The results show that the singularity exists at the crack tip and the components of stress and approach infinity as the crack tip approach. The comparison of the current study to theoretical and other numerical results shows a good agreement and reliability of the program. The thesis consists of five chapters, the first chapter, presents general over view and historical al review. The second chapter demonstrates the theoretical basis in fracture mechanics. The third chapter involves the numerical solution using F.E.M. The fourth chapter demonstrates a case study and the results and discussion of the obtained results. The fifth chapter concludes the work and gives recommendations.
محمد كامل الشيخ (2009)
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The Current Awareness of Just-In-Time Techniques within the Libyan Textile Private Industry: A Case Study

Almost all Libyan industries (both private and public) have struggled with many difficulties during the past three decades due to many problems. These problems have created a strongly negative impact on the productivity and utilization of many companies within Libya. This paper studies the current awareness and implementation levels of Just-In-Time (JIT) within the Libyan Textile private industry. A survey has been applied in this study using an intensive detailed questionnaire. Based on the analysis of the survey responses, the results show that the management body within the surveyed companies has a modest strategy towards most of the areas that are considered as being very crucial in any successful implementation of JIT. The results also show a variation within the implementation levels of the JIT elements as these varies between Low and Acceptable levels. The paper has also identified limitations within the investigated areas within this industry, and has pointed to areas where senior managers within the Libyan textile industry should take immediate actions in order to achieve effective implementation of JIT within their companies. arabic 17 English 88
ٌRajab HOKOMA(7-2010)
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