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Mark J. Bergander

Publications -  4
Citations -  97

Mark J. Bergander is an academic researcher. The author has contributed to research in topics: Injector & Heat pump and refrigeration cycle. The author has an hindex of 2, co-authored 3 publications receiving 82 citations.

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Multidimensional Modeling of Condensing Two-Phase Ejector Flow

TL;DR: In this paper, the authors describe the construction of a multidimensional simulation capability built around an Eulerian pseudo-fluid approach, where the fluid is treated as being in a non-thermodynamic equilibrium state, and a modified form of the homogenous relaxation model (HRM) is employed.

Condensing ejector for second step compression in refrigeration cycles

TL;DR: In this article, a two-pha se device known as a "condensing ejector" (CE) was used for a second step of compression, which has the potential of increasing the efficiency of the standard single-stage vapor compression cycle through a reduction of mechanical compression at the expense of harnessing kinetic energy of gas in the ejector device.

Computational and thermodynamic investigation of condensing injector theory and applications.

TL;DR: In this paper, a two-phase condensing injector is used to produce a more efficient two-loop refrigeration cycle, and the authors present a semi-empirical method based on an Eulerian pseudo-fluid approach using a modified form of the Homogenous Relaxation Model implemented within the framework of OpenFOAM.
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Design, fabrication, and investigations of prototype supersonic micro-ejector for innovative cooling system of electronic components

TL;DR: In this paper , an innovative approach for electronics cooling was proposed, i.e., heat generated by a part of electronic equipment, e.g. CPU, is absorbed by heat driven micro-ejector refrigeration system that can provide cooling of other electronic components, such as GPU.