Comparative study of varies properties of refrigerant using CFD study

CONCLUSIONFig. 6.11 Variation of the Vapor Phase of R410A along length of the capillary tube.Fig. 6.12 Variation of the Liquid Phase of R410A along length of the capillary tube.Comparative study of varies properties of refrigerant using CFD studyFig. 6.13 Pressure examination diagram0 1.10e+06 1.10e+06 1.10e+060.25 1.09e+06 1.10e+06 1.09e+060.5 1.08e+06 1.08e+06 1.06e+060.75 1.07e+06 1.06e+06 1.03e+061 1.06e+06 1.04e+06 1.00e+061.25 1.05e+06 1.03e+06 9.50e+051.5 1.04e+06 9.90e+05 8.90e+051.75 9.70e+05 8.20e+05 7.40e+052 6.90e+05 6.00e+05 4.50e+052.23 3.50e+04 3.50e+04 3.50e+040.00E+002.00E+054.00E+056.00E+058.00E+051.00E+061.20E+060 0.25 0.5 0.75 1 1.25 1.5 1.75 2 2.25 2.5Pressure ( Pascal )Length of the Capillary TubeREFERENCESPRESSURE Vs LENGTH OF THE CAPILLARY TUBE