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The Hyundai air conditioning system makes use of a chemical refrigerant which is circulated throughout the system to transfer heat from the interior of the car to the outside air. The refrigerant continuously alternates between a liquid and a gas while it circulates in the air conditioning system.
A three-step process including pressurization, condensation, and vaporization makes the refrigerant cycle. When it enters through the suction port into the compressor it is as a low-pressure vapor. In pressurization, the vapor is squeezed into a confined area after which it is released through the Hyundai compressor’s discharge port. As a result of pressurization of the refrigerant, the compressor induces the refrigerant vapor to become much hotter than the outside air. The end result is that it will change to liquid once the cycle enters the immediate next phase. Pressurization makes the compressor pump the high-pressure refrigerant vapor to the condenser. This is located immediately behind the grille in front of the radiator. Once outside air is pulled over the condenser by the engine fan, the heat in the high-pressure vapor is absorbed by the incoming air. As a consequence the vapor is condensed into a high-pressure liquid which completes the second phase of the process known as condensation. After leaving the condenser, the refrigerant makes its way towards the evaporator. Just before the refrigerant enters the evaporator it flows through a metering device. As a result there is a significant drop in pressure which allows the refrigerant to vaporize at a lower temperature. This in turn ensures that the maximum amount of heat is absorbed by the refrigerant when the blower forces warm air over the evaporator. Now, the vaporization phase is over, and the heat-laden vapor is pulled back into the compressor in order to repeat the cycle. As a result of the heat being removed from the air during the vaporization phase, air exiting the panel vents is at a much lower temperature.
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