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Study on Application of Solar Heating System Integrated Latent Heat Store Heat Exchanger
Mu, Z. Y.
Conference NameInternational Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering (ICSEEE 2012)
Conference Date2012-12-29
PublisherTrans Tech Publications Ltd
AbstractThis paper introduces the design of a solar heating system integrated latent heat store heat exchanger. Aiming at studying the system solar fraction, mathematical models are established for describing solar collector, latent heat store heat exchanger, users' heating thermal load, and the system in whole. Studies are carried out based on these models. The results show that there are some key influencing factors on solar fraction, including solar irradiance, collector area, collector inclination angle, the difference value between collector inlet fluid temperature and ambient air temperature. Among these, collector inclination angle is the most significant one. If the values between collector inlet fluid temperature and ambient air temperature have big difference, it'll cause adverse effects. As long as the operation requirements are met, lower collector inlet fluid temperature and suitable ambient air temperature are reasonable conditions for application. The research results provide guide for the system application in engineering.
KeywordSolar Fraction Solar Heating System Latent Heat Store Heat Exchanger Thermal Performance Analysis Hot-water Systems Energy
Indexed ByCPCI
Document Type会议论文
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Mu, Z. Y.. Study on Application of Solar Heating System Integrated Latent Heat Store Heat Exchanger[C]:Trans Tech Publications Ltd,2013:158-161.
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