Control strategy approach based on the operational results of a small capacity direct air -cooled LiBr -Water absorption chiller
Document typeConference lecture
PublisherInternational Solar Energy Society
Rights accessOpen Access
ProjectRESSEEPE - REtrofitting Solutions and Services for the enhancement of Energy Efficiency in Public Edification (EC-FP7-609377)
The scope of this paper is to give a short overview of the state of the art regarding control strategies, identify the role of different operating conditions, and provide useful suggestions for the design and operation of a solar assisted absorption cooling system, in line to the European regulation as well as its directly related directives. The operation of a solar absorption cooling system under real conditions is subjected to various limitations regarding its ability to satisfy the required cooling demand, as well as to avoid certain internal conditions which would lead to problematic situations and jeopardize the smooth operation of the system - such as solution crystallization and water freezing. Thus, it is very important to define and refine new control operating strategies, from an internal and external perspective. Several control strategies are discussed, altogether with a new fuzzy logic approach, which shall be experimentally validated as future actions, due to its highly promising capability.
CitationFarnós, J., Castro, J., Papakokkinos, G., Oliva, A. Control strategy approach based on the operational results of a small capacity direct air -cooled LiBr -Water absorption chiller. A: ISES Solar World Congress/IEA SHC Solar Heating and Cooling Conference. "ISES Solar World Congress 2017, IEA SHC International Conference on Solar Heating and Cooling for Buildings and Industry 2017: proceedings". International Solar Energy Society, 2017, p. 1687-1698.
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