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Hui Tong Chua
Hui Tong Chua
Winthrop Professor, School of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering, The University of Western Australia
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Experimental investigation of the silica gel–water adsorption isotherm characteristics
KC Ng, HT Chua, CY Chung, CH Loke, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa, BB Saha
Applied Thermal Engineering 21 (16), 1631-1642, 2001
4412001
Modeling the performance of two-bed, sillica gel-water adsorption chillers
HT Chua, KC Ng, A Malek, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa, BB Saha
International journal of Refrigeration 22 (3), 194-204, 1999
3781999
Waste heat driven dual-mode, multi-stage, multi-bed regenerative adsorption system
BB Saha, S Koyama, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa, KC Ng, HT Chua
International journal of refrigeration 26 (7), 749-757, 2003
3252003
Adsorption characteristics of silica gel+ water systems
HT Chua, KC Ng, A Chakraborty, NM Oo, MA Othman
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 47 (5), 1177-1181, 2002
3202002
Transient modeling of a two-bed silica gel–water adsorption chiller
HT Chua, KC Ng, W Wang, C Yap, XL Wang
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 47 (4), 659-669, 2004
2392004
Centrifugal chillers: thermodynamic modelling and a diagnostic case study
JM Gordon, KC Ng, HT Chua
International Journal of refrigeration 18 (4), 253-257, 1995
2081995
Improved thermodynamic property fields of LiBr–H2O solution
HT Chua, HK Toh, A Malek, KC Ng, K Srinivasan
International journal of refrigeration 23 (6), 412-429, 2000
2002000
Multi-bed regenerative adsorption chiller—improving the utilization of waste heat and reducing the chilled water outlet temperature fluctuation
HT Chua, KC Ng, A Malek, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa, BB Saha
International Journal of refrigeration 24 (2), 124-136, 2001
1472001
The maximum temperature difference and polar characteristic of two-stage thermoelectric coolers
XC Xuan, KC Ng, C Yap, HT Chua
Cryogenics 42 (5), 273-278, 2002
1432002
Experimental investigation of silica gel–water adsorption chillers with and without a passive heat recovery scheme
X Wang, HT Chua, KC Ng
International journal of refrigeration 28 (5), 756-765, 2005
1212005
Two bed silica gel–water adsorption chillers: an effectual lumped parameter model
X Wang, HT Chua
International Journal of Refrigeration 30 (8), 1417-1426, 2007
1202007
A general model for studying effects of interface layers on thermoelectric devices performance
XC Xuan, KC Ng, C Yap, HT Chua
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 45 (26), 5159-5170, 2002
1032002
Thermodynamic modeling of an ammonia–water absorption chiller
HT Chua, HK Toh, KC Ng
International Journal of Refrigeration 25 (7), 896-906, 2002
972002
Low grade heat driven multi-effect distillation technology
X Wang, A Christ, K Regenauer-Lieb, K Hooman, HT Chua
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 54 (25-26), 5497-5503, 2011
922011
Optimization of two-stage thermoelectric coolers with two design configurations
XC Xuan, KC Ng, C Yap, HT Chua
Energy Conversion and Management 43 (15), 2041-2052, 2002
852002
The electro-adsorption chiller: a miniaturized cooling cycle with applications to micro-electronics
JM Gordon, KC Ng, HT Chua, A Chakraborty
International Journal of Refrigeration 25 (8), 1025-1033, 2002
802002
Optimizing chiller operation based on finite-time thermodynamics: universal modeling and experimental confirmation
JM Gordon, KC Ng, HT Chua
International Journal of Refrigeration 20 (3), 191-200, 1997
781997
Electro-adsorption chiller: a miniaturized cooling cycle with applications from microelectronics to conventional air-conditioning
KC Ng, JM Gordon, HT Chua, A Chakraborty
US Patent 6,434,955, 2002
722002
How varying condenser coolant flow rate affects chiller performance: thermodynamic modeling and experimental confirmation
JM Gordon, KC Ng, HT Chua, CK Lim
Applied Thermal Engineering 20 (13), 1149-1159, 2000
722000
Diagnostics and optimization of reciprocating chillers: theory and experiment
KC Ng, HT Chua, W Ong, SS Lee, JM Gordon
Applied thermal engineering 17 (3), 263-276, 1997
721997
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