Browsing Dairy Environmental Systems by Subject "waste heat"
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(Dairy Environmental Systems Program, 2020-03)Absorption chillers use heat to generate chilled water for cooling. If the source of heat is inexpensive or even “free”, such as recovered waste heat from a biogas-fueled engine-generator set, absorption chillers can cost ...
(Dairy Environmental Systems Program, 2020-03)This fact sheet reviews the economic feasibility of pre-cooling milk on a dairy farm using a lithium bromide absorption chiller operating on excess waste heat available from a biogas-fueled combined heat and power (CHP) ...