Effets généralisés des défaillances sur les variables de performance normalisées des systèmes de conditionnement d'air et de pompes à chaleur

Translated title of the contribution: Generalized effects of faults on normalized performance variables of air conditioners and heat pumps

Mehdi Mehrabi, David Yuill

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Abstract

The effects of several types of faults on air conditioners and heat pumps have been studied in many laboratory experiments. All available data have been gathered, and the independent variable (fault intensity) and each of the dependent variables (fault impacts) are normalized to show the trends in a generalized fashion. Relationships are provided wherever there are sufficient results. Most of the significant fault types are included (except refrigerant charge variation, which was discussed in Mehrabi and Yuill (2017)): condenser heat transfer (CA), evaporator heat transfer (EA), liquid line restriction (LL), compressor leakage (VL), and non-condensables in the refrigerant (NC). Relationships are presented separately for fixed orifice and thermostatic expansion valve equipped systems. The variation level in the results indicates that in many cases, the generalized relationships provide reasonable predictors of fault effects on systems for which laboratory test results are unavailable. These relationships provide the first generalized fault effect models for air conditioners and heat pumps.

Translated title of the contributionGeneralized effects of faults on normalized performance variables of air conditioners and heat pumps
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)409-430
Number of pages22
JournalInternational Journal of Refrigeration
Volume85
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 2018

Keywords

  • Air conditioner
  • Fault
  • Generalized effect
  • Heat pump

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Building and Construction
  • Mechanical Engineering

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