Active Thermosiphon Beam

Active Thermosiphon Beam

Air T&D proposed novel ATBs, which incorporates the fresh air as primary air into PTBs in an efficient way. ATBs delivered fresh air into primary air plenum into mixing chamber and send to conditioned space. A low pressure kernel has been created at the outlet of the nozzle, the pressure is then be degraded to air flow through the nozzle. The degradation caused the pressure around the outlet nozzle became slightly lower than surrounding air pressure, thus the surrounding high-pressure air will then be attracted to the nozzle, the airflow caused by this attraction is known as secondary air path. Then a cooling beam is imposed to secondary airflow path and has been forced to join the low pressure kernel to complete cooling process. The efficiency of cooling process depends on size, number and efficiency of induction nozzle, as well as the density and geometry of the cooling beam introduced.

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The Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) was officially inaugurated in June 2010, bringing together all energy‐related research activities within the university. This is in line with the goal of su...The Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) was officially inaugurated in June 2010, bringing together all energy‐related research activities within the university. This is in line with the goal of sustainability, one of NTU’s Five Peaks of Excellence. ERI@N also exemplifies NTU’s interdisciplinary emphasis by promoting interaction and collaboration between the Colleges of Engineering and Science with the Colleges of Business, Humanities, Arts and the Social Sciences. With more than 220 researchers from various backgrounds working in the areas of wind/marine renewables, batteries, fuel cells, green building technologies, solar cells and solar fuels, maritime clean energy, and electromobility, ERI@N is fostering a multidisciplinary environment for scientists, engineers and social scientists to interact and promote relevant energy solutions and policies for the future. As part of ERI@N’s goal to foster greater interaction between academia and industry, ERI@N’s industry collaborators include Rolls‐Royce Singapore, Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Gamesa, Bosch GmbH, whilst academic partnerships have been established with institutions such as the University of Cambridge, University of California Berkeley, Imperial College London, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL) Switzerland, Austrian Institute of Technology(AIT), Technischen Universitat Munchen (TUM), and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). Support for ERI@N comes from the Economic Development Board (EDB), the National Research Foundation (NRF), and the Maritime Port Authority. ERI@N’s nucleus to harvest new energies for the future comprises four centres, namely, Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSER), Centre for Maritime Energy Research (CMER), Solar Energy and Solar Fuels Centre (SEFC), and Centre for Electromobility (CEM). More

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