Dynamic Model of Compression Refrigeration System with a High Pressure Receiver
Vapor compression chiller, the largest proportion of building energy consumption as the design and running characteristics, work at part load for most of the time. To improve the energy efficiency at part load, this thesis details some efforts to develop a dynamic model of a vapor compressor system suitable for optimal control design purpose. It present the model of high pressure liquid receiver which is important for the mass balance of the whole system and make sure it operated in a set-point designed. Additional experiments were also performed to verify the precision of the model.
W. P. Zhai et al., "Dynamic Model of Compression Refrigeration System with a High Pressure Receiver", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 130-134, pp. 575-579, 2012