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Título: Trnsys simulation results of an existing monitored small scale CHCP system and mathematical model adaptations of the air-cooled ammonia chiller and CHP prototypes
Autor: Mendes, J. Farinha
Coelho, Ricardo
Cardoso, João P.
Costa, João P.
Fernández, David
Silva, António, R.
Morgado, Miguel
Adão, Pedro
Palavras-chave: Trnsys simulation
Solar thermal
CHCP system
PolySMART project
Data: 2010
Citação: Mendes, J.F.; Coelho, R.; Cardoso, J.P.; Costa, J.P.; Fernández, D.; Silva, A.R.; Morgado, M.; Adão, P. Trnsys simulation results of an existing monitored small scale CHCP system and mathematical model adaptations of the air-cooled ammonia chiller and CHP prototypes. In: Proceedings of EUROSUN 2010 International Conference on Solar Heating, Cooling and Buildings, Graz, Austria, 28 Setembro - 1 Outubro, 2010, 2p.
Resumo: This work is a TRNSYS simulation of solar thermal system working together with an existing small sized CHCP (Combinet Heat Cooling and Power) demonstration project, included in the workpackage 5 (simulation) of the PolySMART project. The first objective of this work is to fine tune simulation parameters of the simulation Units (or Types), based on monitoring data collected during the first semester of 2010. The second objective is to further develop the mathematical models of type 107 (Hot Water-Fired Single-Effect Absorption Chiller) and type 120 (HYDROGEMS: Diesel Engine Generator System (DEGS) - Version 1.1). This will tackle the remaining differences between the real and simulated systems. These differences are due to the fact that both the CHP and the Ammonia-Water Air Cooled Chiller are prototypes. The third objective is to simulate the performance of different thermal collectors, some of which are also prototypes, and choose a proper solution for future experiments. The forth objective is to compare local weather data sets, collected on site since 2007, with proven standard data sets. Further work may be developed regarding the fan coils used to carry in/out heat.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.9/944
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