Mechanical Engineering - Heat Transfer, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning - Discussion

41. 

During a refrigeration cycle, heat is rejected by the refrigerant in a

[A]. compressor
[B]. condenser
[C]. evaporator
[D]. expansion valve

Answer: Option B

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

V.K.Dhanushbala said: (Jul 24, 2013)  
Because condenser purpose is used to cool vapor.

Abdelmohsen Ahmed said: (Dec 18, 2013)  
May be by evaporator as this is the main aim of refrigerant cycle.

Retheesh said: (Feb 20, 2015)  
Heat is rejected by the refrigerant at the condenser.

Nityam said: (Dec 19, 2015)  
Heat is rejected by the expansion valve not in condenser, the function of condenser is to cool the refrigerant not to reject heat, because this function is of expansion valve.

Sudhir said: (Mar 3, 2016)  
No dear, heat is rejected in the condenser and refrigerant is converted.

Vapour form to liquid form(Phase change by removing latent heat). Temperature remain constant during phase change.

Naveen said: (Sep 14, 2016)  
Because condenser can be used for the cooling purpose.

Rohitg Jjm said: (Oct 7, 2016)  
In expansion valve only pressure drop and temperature drop takes place.

Ravi Gujjar said: (Oct 22, 2016)  
The right answer is condenser.

Condenser is not only used for cooling purpose but it also rejects heat.

Vivekraj Pd said: (Mar 9, 2017)  
Check question
Where is heat rejected by the REFRIGERANT?

The refrigerant passes through
1. Compressor -and gets super heated -so absorbs heat
2. Condenser - converted to saturated liquid - rejects heat
3. expansion valve - throttling process no heat absorption or rejection.
4. Evaporator - evaporates to vapour form - thereby absorbing heat from space to be refrigerated.

So, it is now clear that where the refrigerant rejects heat.

Mareedu Harish Gowda said: (Sep 24, 2018)  
Well said @Vivekraj. Thanks.

Sauru Yadav said: (May 1, 2019)  
Heat is rejected from the condenser.

Hardik said: (May 18, 2020)  
Thanks @Vivekraj.

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