A chiller for an aircraft galley that can fit in a compartment meant to house beverage carts and has a vapor cycle refrigeration system with a liquid-cooled condenser and a liquid cooling unit inside the housing is described.
The air chiller may be installed in a portion of the aircraft’s airframe, on, or in the galley. The second approach uses the same compression and expansion of typical refrigerant gas, but the cooling medium is a cooled liquid rather than a gas.
Commercial and industrial buildings employ air-cooled chillers as refrigeration systems to cool liquids and/or dry out air. They are employed in a wide range of locations, such as hotels, corporate gatherings, dining establishments, athletic occasions, large-scale building projects, industrial and manufacturing facilities, and so on.
The transportable air-cooled chillers are excellent for temporary infrastructure or special events. They are small, quite effective, and simple to install and take apart. They are therefore perfect for supplementary, transient, or urgent applications.
The Global aircraft air chiller market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
In tactical aircraft pods, the Ram Air Chiller is a patented integrated air cycle machine/heat exchanger system that provides liquid cooling of sensors and electronics, particularly in situations where there is very little power available for the cooling.
There are two standard sizes available: a 14″ diameter unit for large, centered pods and a 7″ diameter unit for pods installed on wingtips or pylons. The small unit’s cooling capacity is 3.5 KW, while the large unit’s cooling capability is 10 KW at a maximum coolant supply temperature of 60oC.
These RAM coolers have a fan that circulates air around the RAM modules to keep them cool even when the RAM is being used or loaded heavily. When using Intel XMP settings or overclocking, RAM cooling produces stability. These RAM coolers are incredibly simple to install and take out because they sit and clip on the DIMM side latches and locks.
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