International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Informative Article | Medicine Science | India | Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017 | Rating: 6.4 / 10

Ice Bear Technology

Wadaje Saraunsh Balasaheb | S. P. Muley

Abstract: Ice bear is a device that saves the energy required to drive the air conditioning unit. The ice bear consist of elements such as an insulated cabin in which copper coils are present which includes refrigerant surrounded by the water, compressor, condenser, a small pump, a control panel that controls the sensors to tell us the temp. Updates and a special evaporator unit that fits in air conditioning unit. Now a day, the air conditioning is the subject in which there is great scope of research. There are many applications of this technology such as in malls, theatres, offices in tool room, etc. where air conditioning is essential but a solution on this problem. This technology uses the cold atmospheric air of surrounding at night, to prepare an ice in the insulated cabin. So that this ice stored in insulated space can be used for air conditioning purpose instead of electrical energy during the peak time of day. This device saves very much energy, as the energy required during the peak time of the day is high because the temp. During peak time is very high. So, the compressor has to do very much work so the electricity required is also more. There are mainly two types in ice bear that are Ice Bear 20 and Ice Bear 30. The 20 and 30 indicates the versions. The Ice Bear 20 serves for total 4 hours, while the Ice Bear 30 serves for total 6 hours. The further research is going on for the version Ice bear 40. More research is going in this field to increase the working time of the system. New innovations in this field will definitely beneficial.

Keywords: Ice bear, insulated cabin, special evaporator unit, energy saved during peak time of day

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 10, October 2017,

Pages: 282 - 292

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