Comparison of Warming Efficiency of Greenhouse Solar Dryer with Four Distinct Design Implementations
Keywords:Solar dryer, Greenhouse solar dryer, Solar Energy, Direct Solar Dryer, Indirect Solar Dryer.
Drying is a technique for transferring warmth from a source to a product while also removing moisture from the product in a limited space. When using sun drying, the heat required for drying is primarily provided by solar energy. In this paper we have discussed about the fundamentals of different types of green house solar dryer, and to develop new design of solar dryer that would maximize warming efficiency. The main goal of this research is to run a computational fluid dynamics analysis on a previous model to analyze the influence of the highest warming within the greenhouse solar dryer.
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