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, Nacho Gomis <nachogo27@...> wrote:
> You can read the documentation,the engineering reference pdf file.It has
> the chiller models very well explained.
> I have also uploaded an spreadsheet to the yahoo group which leads you to
> obtain the three curves after providing the performance chiller data values.
> I hope this can help you.
> Ignacio Gomis
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> From: andresdagm
> Date: Tuesday, 31 July 2012
> Subject: [EnergyPlus_Support] cop and iplv values of a chiller, also i have
> the part load performance
> To: EnergyPlus_Support@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Good day,
> I have the cop and iplv values of a chiller, also i have the part load
> performance values of
> EEFT Evaporator entering fluid temperature
> ELFT Evaporator leaving fluid temperature
> CEFT entering condenser water temperature
> CLFT leaving condenser water temperature
> CAP (ton)
> PCT Power
> for each part load(15,20,30...100%)
> I dont know how to set it or how to transform it to can set this values in
> energy+, i think that the program could generate a curve with only COP and
> IPLv but i havent cant find that. Also i have tried to use Chiller:EIR and
> the EIRPLR curve is:
> EIRFPLR y = 1.9927x2 - 1.9632x + 1.0078
> R² = 0.9499
> i dont know if it is correct, also i dont know set up the other 2 curves
> because both are for full load, well, i think that because there ae onl
> function of temperatures.
> thank you in advance.