AIR-CONDITIONING PLANT COMPONENT TAXONOMY BY PRIMITIVE PARTS




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This thesis is concerned with the development of a plant component taxonomy for system simulation.

An analysis of the energy and mass flow paths in air conditioning systems is described. From the engineering viewpoints, many of the heat and mass transfer processes found within air conditioning systems can be unimportant to the simulation tasks or have insignificant impact on the results. Therefore, these flow paths are generally ignored in the plant component modelling process for the reasons of code simplification and simulation time-saving. At the same time these component models are often rigid and difficult to debug or modify. As a result, contemporary simulation software is often seen as being monolithic and lacking the flexibility to deal with the range of problems encountered in practice. This current work is therefore concerned with the development of a generalised plant database at a level allowing the component modeller to 'mix and match' models at the flow path level to produce component models tailored to their problem.

Content:-
 1. INTRODUCTION
2. AIR-CONDITIONING HEAT & MASS TRANSFER
3. PLANT COMPONENT MODELLING BY A FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD
4. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK OF PRIMITIVE PART MODELLING
5. SIMULATION ENVIRONMENTS & PRIMITIVE PARTS
6. VALIDATION
7. APPLICATIONS
8. SUMMARY & CONCLUSIONS
APPENDIX A. Listof Symbols
APPENDIX B. List of Primitive Parts
APPENDIX C. The Concept of Cascade Time Constants

Author Details
 "Tin-tai Chow" B.Sc. M.Sc. M.B.A.




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