1. Gandhi1, Muddu Allaparthi2, Mohd.Mohinoddin3, Ramesh Dara4, H. Deepthi5

1Principal, Sana Engineering College, Kodad, Telangana State.

2Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engg.,

R.V.R & J. C. College of Engineering, Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, India
3Professor of Mechanical Engineering,

MuffakhamJah College ofEngg.& Tech., Telangana.  
4Principal, Visvesvaraya College of Engineering and Technology,

Mangalpalle, Telangana State.

5Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering,

Malla Reddy College of Engineering & Technology, Telangana.


The demand for power for air conditioning systems in buildings has rapidly increased due to the rising need for thermal comfort. In terms of lowering energy usage, heat-driven ejector refrigeration systems look to be a potential replacement for conventional compressor-based refrigeration methods.It has been created and built for an ejector refrigeration system to run on a simulated (electric) heat source, which in real-world applications can be waste heat or renewable energy sources like solar energy, geothermal energy, etc.This paper presents experimental research on an ammonia-operated ejector refrigeration system. It is discussed how the performance of the ejector refrigeration system is affected by the temperatures of the generator, condenser, and evaporator.As the temperatures of the generator, evaporator, and condenser rise, so do the system’s entrainment ratio and coefficient of performance (COP).

Keywords: Ejector refrigeration system, condenser, evaporator, COP, and generator.