Dynamic simulation for closed loops in heating systems with decision-making support
Shahrestani, M. and Yao, R. (2010) Dynamic simulation for closed loops in heating systems with decision-making support. In: Tenth REHVA world congress in sustainable energy use in building, 9-12 May 2010, Antalya, Turkey.
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Nowadays utilising the proper HVAC system is essential both in extreme weather conditions and dense buildings design. Hydraulic loops are the most common parts in all air conditioning systems. This article aims to investigate the performance of different hydraulic loop arrangements in variable flow systems. Technical, economic and environmental assessments have been considered in this process. A dynamic system simulation is generated to evaluate the system performance and an economic evaluation is conducted by whole life cost assessment. Moreover, environmental impacts have been studied by considering the whole life energy consumption, CO2 emission, the embodied energy and embodied CO2 of the system components. Finally, decision-making in choosing the most suitable hydraulic system among five well-known alternatives has been proposed.
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