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Re: [EnergyPlus_Support] Re: Error in Electrical Chiller Simulation
I need to see this input file. Please upload to the yahoo files area or e-mail
as a zipped attachment to energyplus-support@xxxxxxxx
On 23 Apr 2005, at 2:45, energypluser wrote:
> --- In EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Michael J. Witte"
> <mjwitte@g...> wrote:
> > I am not sure I completely understand the question. High return
> > temperature indicates the cooling coil flow rate is not high enough.
> Check the
> > cooling coil inputs. To answer your specific question, the only
> control you
> > have over chiller water flow rate is to set the chiller flow type to
> > "ConstantFlow", then the flow rate through the evaporator will always
> equal the
> > specified design flow rate.
> > Mike
> Dear Mike
> Your understanding about the flow rate is right. Since it is
> impossible to control the chilled water flow rate through the chiller,
> I wonder whether it is possible to control the water flow rate in coil
> and how to set it up
> After I changed the chiller flow type to "ConstantFlow", I found
> that the actual constant water flow rate in the results is neither
> equal to the rated chiller volume flow rate nor the rated cycling pump
> volume flow rate. So how did the programme determine the flow rate ?
> Thank you in advance
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