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M. Yusoff, M. Z. and Chew, B.C. 2012. Transition f of Engine Powered Air-Conditioning System to the Solar Powered Air-Conditioning System in a Bus: A Feasibility Study. In Power & Energy Conversion …

M. Yusoff, M. Z. and Chew, B.C. 2012. Transition f of Engine Powered Air-Conditioning System to the Solar Powered Air-Conditioning System in a Bus: A Feasibility Study. In Power & Energy Conversion Symposium (PECS) 2012. Melaka, Malaysia 17 December 2012.

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  • 1. POWER AND ENERGY CONVERSION SYMPOSIUM (PECS201)TRANSITION OF ENGINE POWERED AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM TO THE SOLAR POWERED AIR- CONDITIONING SYSTEM IN A BUS: A FEASIBILITY STUDY Muhd Zulpattah Mohd Yusoff and Boon Cheong Chew pattah89@yahoo.com, bcchew@utem.edu.my Faculty of Technology Management and Technopreneurship University of Technical Malaysia Malacca Hang Tuah Jaya 76100 Durian Tunggal Melaka
  • 2. SECTION 1INTRODUCTION
  • 3. Introduction• This research addresses the investigation on the transition of the engine powered air-conditioning to the solar powered air-conditioning in a bus.• The main motivation for using the notion of transition is that while it link to the concept of sustainable development, it has a better chances of advantages that it shift the attention from a vague end goal to stimulating transition processes as a more concrete step.• According to Mill (1831), the first of the leading ‘peculiarities of the present age is, that is an age of transition’.
  • 4. Problem Statement• According to Ameen, the first attempt to produce artificial cooling was made in 1755 when Cullen built an apparatus to make ice artificially by vaporization of water at reduced pressure.• The air conditioning system in the vehicle used many of the fossil fuel to operate.• According to Johnson (2002), the amount of fuel used for air conditioning is significant. In absolute terms, 7.1 billion gallons of gasoline (27 billion liters) are used in the US for air conditioning light duty vehicles.• Need some transition to enhance the usage and minimize the side effect to the environment.
  • 5. Research Objectives
  • 6. Research Scope
  • 7. Limitation
  • 8. SECTION 2LITERATURE REVIEW
  • 9. “Literature review is the part of the thesiswhere there is extensive references to relatedresearch and theory in the field; it is whereconnections are made between the sourcetexts that being draw on and where weposition the research among these sources”.(Ridley, 2012)
  • 10. Theoretical Concept
  • 11. Comparison between engines powered with solar powered air conditioning system No. Parameter Engine powered Solar powered 1 Emission of carbon dioxide High Low (almost none) (CO2) 2 Usage of fossil fuel High Not using fossil fuel 3 Increase the engine Yes No temperature 4 Decrease engine performance Yes No 5 Environmental safety Low High 6 Support green technology No Yes 7 Renewable No Yes 8 Factor of global warming Yes NoSource: Summarized from Edition, N. Y. (2012), Johnson (2002), Pfeiffer (2006), Rosenthal and Lehren (2012), Daly (2006).
  • 12. Theoretical Framework
  • 13. SECTION 3RESEARCH METHODOLOGY“a system of model, procedure, andtechnique used to find the result of aresearch problem”.Panneerselvam (2004)
  • 14. Research Design
  • 15. Mix Method
  • 16. That all…thanks for lend me your ears.
  • 17. Contact1.Muhd Zulpattah bin Mohd YusoffEmail : pattah89@yahoo.comLinkedIn: my.linkedin.com/pub/zulpattah-yusoff/5b/942/97a2. Boon Cheong ChewEmail: bcchew@utem.edu.myLinkedIn: my.linkedin.com/in/bcchew-Google BCChew for his work.-BCChew’s primary research interests:(a)Renewable Energy Development and Deployment(b)Clean Technologies Innovation and Implementation(c)Green and Sustainability PracticesAll of them are angled from social science and managementperspectives

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