Sunday, October 22nd, 2017

Improvement of an existing solar powered absorption cooling system by means of dynamic simulation and experimental diagnosis

Publication year: 2011brbSource:/b Energy, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 1 June 2011brF., Palacín , C., Monné , S., AlonsobrThis paper focuses on the validation of a dynamic simulation model used to describe the performance of an existing solar cooling installation located in Zaragoza (Spain). The dynamic model has been developed under the simulation environment TRNSYS. The aim of this simulation model is to dispose of a tool in order to use it to evaluate different energy improvement actions in a real solar cooling installation. This solar cooling installation has been monitored and analyzed since 2007. The COP of this experimental solar cooling system presents a great influence from its heat rejection sink, a dry cooling tower. Once the…br Highlights: ► A solar cooling installation is modelled. ► The design and validation model process of the installation is described. ► Model and experimental results are compared. ► The influence of the heat rejection sink temperature is explained.


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