[TRNSYS-users] Type 107 Absorption Chilller

Igor Seso igorseso at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 9 01:11:06 PDT 2014

Hi Travis,

I have the same "problem" so I found  Type 177 absorption chiller which represents further development of Type 107 after the end of the IEA Task 25 and is developed at the Technical University in Berlin. Here is the link where you can download

(there is zip file under the "Forschung" part)

Hope that this will be helpful 

On Wednesday, April 9, 2014 3:24 AM, Travis Goldade <tdgoldade at gmail.com> wrote:
Hi everyone, I appear to be having the same issue that many people are having.  I am trying to model a small absorption chiller that that uses solar hot water in the range of 70 to 90 C, but the data files for the example absorption chiller are not in that range.  Like many of you, I have tried to contact the manufacture for more curves to create the required data files but they have yet to reply.  

Does anyone have data files for an absorption chiller that utilizes hot water in the 70 to 90 C range? Or does anyone have access to curves for a Yazaki SC5 absorption chiller?

Any feedback or pointers will be greatly appreciated. 

Thanks Travis   
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