Numerical Investigation of Aluminum Fumarate MOF adsorbent material for adsorption desalination/cooling application

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Numerical Investigation of Aluminum Fumarate MOF adsorbent material for adsorption desalination/cooling application. / Youssef, Peter; Mahmoud, Saad; Al-Dadah, Raya; Elsayed, Eman; El-Samni, Osama.

In: Energy Procedia, Vol. 142, 31.01.2018, p. 1693-1698.

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title = "Numerical Investigation of Aluminum Fumarate MOF adsorbent material for adsorption desalination/cooling application",
abstract = "A metal organic frame work (MOF) material called Aluminum Fumarate is numerically investigated for adsorption desalination/cooling applications in a 2-bed system and compared to silica-gel and AQSOA-Z02. Effect of evaporator and desorber bed water temperatures on cycle specific daily water production, specific cooling power and overall conversion ratio has been studied. Water temperatures ranges are (10-30°C) for evaporator and (65-85°C) for desorbing bed. It was found that for all materials, as evaporator water temperature increases, water production and cooling capacity increase. Moreover, heating source temperature has little impact on cycle performance with Al-Fumarate while when silica-gel or AQSOA-Z02 is used; cycle performance degrades dramatically with lower heating temperatures. Results showed that at 85°C hot water and 30°C evaporator and bed cooling water temperatures, Al-Fumarate can produce 11.3m3/tonne.ads/day of water and 90.9Rton/tonne.ads of cooling while AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel produce 6.4 and 8.4m3 of water/day and cooling of 50.5 and 62.4Rton per tonne.ads respectively. Furthermore, at low bed heating water temperature of 65°C and 10°C evaporator water temperature, Al-Fumarate results in 3.4m3 of water/day and 20Rton per tonne which is 345% and 200% higher than AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel. Therefore, Al-Fumarate has a potential in adsorption desalination-cooling applications specially at low desorption temperaures.",
keywords = "Adsorption, Cooling, Desalination, MOF, Seawater",
author = "Peter Youssef and Saad Mahmoud and Raya Al-Dadah and Eman Elsayed and Osama El-Samni",
year = "2018",
month = jan,
day = "31",
doi = "10.1016/j.egypro.2017.12.551",
language = "English",
volume = "142",
pages = "1693--1698",
journal = "Energy Procedia",
issn = "1876-6102",
publisher = "Elsevier Korea",
note = "9th International Conference on Applied Energy, ICAE 2017 ; Conference date: 21-08-2017 Through 24-08-2017",

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T1 - Numerical Investigation of Aluminum Fumarate MOF adsorbent material for adsorption desalination/cooling application

AU - Youssef, Peter

AU - Mahmoud, Saad

AU - Al-Dadah, Raya

AU - Elsayed, Eman

AU - El-Samni, Osama

PY - 2018/1/31

Y1 - 2018/1/31

N2 - A metal organic frame work (MOF) material called Aluminum Fumarate is numerically investigated for adsorption desalination/cooling applications in a 2-bed system and compared to silica-gel and AQSOA-Z02. Effect of evaporator and desorber bed water temperatures on cycle specific daily water production, specific cooling power and overall conversion ratio has been studied. Water temperatures ranges are (10-30°C) for evaporator and (65-85°C) for desorbing bed. It was found that for all materials, as evaporator water temperature increases, water production and cooling capacity increase. Moreover, heating source temperature has little impact on cycle performance with Al-Fumarate while when silica-gel or AQSOA-Z02 is used; cycle performance degrades dramatically with lower heating temperatures. Results showed that at 85°C hot water and 30°C evaporator and bed cooling water temperatures, Al-Fumarate can produce 11.3m3/tonne.ads/day of water and 90.9Rton/tonne.ads of cooling while AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel produce 6.4 and 8.4m3 of water/day and cooling of 50.5 and 62.4Rton per tonne.ads respectively. Furthermore, at low bed heating water temperature of 65°C and 10°C evaporator water temperature, Al-Fumarate results in 3.4m3 of water/day and 20Rton per tonne which is 345% and 200% higher than AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel. Therefore, Al-Fumarate has a potential in adsorption desalination-cooling applications specially at low desorption temperaures.

AB - A metal organic frame work (MOF) material called Aluminum Fumarate is numerically investigated for adsorption desalination/cooling applications in a 2-bed system and compared to silica-gel and AQSOA-Z02. Effect of evaporator and desorber bed water temperatures on cycle specific daily water production, specific cooling power and overall conversion ratio has been studied. Water temperatures ranges are (10-30°C) for evaporator and (65-85°C) for desorbing bed. It was found that for all materials, as evaporator water temperature increases, water production and cooling capacity increase. Moreover, heating source temperature has little impact on cycle performance with Al-Fumarate while when silica-gel or AQSOA-Z02 is used; cycle performance degrades dramatically with lower heating temperatures. Results showed that at 85°C hot water and 30°C evaporator and bed cooling water temperatures, Al-Fumarate can produce 11.3m3/tonne.ads/day of water and 90.9Rton/tonne.ads of cooling while AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel produce 6.4 and 8.4m3 of water/day and cooling of 50.5 and 62.4Rton per tonne.ads respectively. Furthermore, at low bed heating water temperature of 65°C and 10°C evaporator water temperature, Al-Fumarate results in 3.4m3 of water/day and 20Rton per tonne which is 345% and 200% higher than AQSOA-Z02 and silica-gel. Therefore, Al-Fumarate has a potential in adsorption desalination-cooling applications specially at low desorption temperaures.

KW - Adsorption

KW - Cooling

KW - Desalination

KW - MOF

KW - Seawater

UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85041550333&partnerID=8YFLogxK

U2 - 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.12.551

DO - 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.12.551

M3 - Conference article

AN - SCOPUS:85041550333

VL - 142

SP - 1693

EP - 1698

JO - Energy Procedia

JF - Energy Procedia

SN - 1876-6102

T2 - 9th International Conference on Applied Energy, ICAE 2017

Y2 - 21 August 2017 through 24 August 2017

ER -