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Design & Simulation of NEW HVAC&R Equipment

Mathematical modeling and numerical process simulation are modern techniques
extremely useful in the development of new processes and systems, in particular
in the various fields related to energy conversion. However approximate, computer
simulation of processes and systems allow the study of almost any kind of process
at much lower costs than those of experimentation in laboratory.
It is also appropriate to study operating conditions well beyond normal, and even
of those possible only in the laboratory. 


Your Advantages

  • Reduced times from idea to product and rapid prototyping, once a simulation tool is established;
  • Development costs are lower, since many situations may be simulated instead of tested in the laboratory;
  • Migration from one product series to the next will be faster, since simulation results and experience may be combined to reduce development times and costs.

Our Capabilities

  • Development of mathematical models of processes and systems, preferably in cooperation with our customers. The implementation may be either as a rapid prototyping solution (MathCadTM) for example, or as a stand alone application.
  • Process (system) analysis, parameter identification, mathematical modeling;
  • Research of pertinent literature;
  • Definition, development and computer implementation of methods of model solution;
  • Analysis of results with eventual iteration with adjusted model(s);
  • Reporting and documentation.

Some References

Design of open absorption Autonomous Air Handling and Conditioning Units (2003 - )
These are R&D Units with advanced contacting technology, driven by thermal effluents from waste incineration, cogeneration, district heating plants, solar thermal plants, etc.;
Design of a solar-driven absorption Prototype (2000-2001)
That is a single-effect lithium bromide-water air-cooled unit, with 5 kW cooling capacity;
Design of a natural gas - driven absorption chiller (2000-2001)
That is an Ammonia-Water GAX cycle based air-cooled unit, with a 35 kW (10 ton) cooling capacity;
Design of a Desiccant + Evaporative Cooling (DEC) Prototype (1999-2000)
That is a solid desiccant system designed for year round operation driven by Solar Energy or thermal effluents from cogeneration systems, or others at the required thermal level;
Analysis and Simulation of requirements for an HVAC equipment testing laboratory (1996-1997)
Simulation of cold and hot storage behavior during testing of reversible chillers of various capacities, under standard conditions. Analysis of instrumentation and controls required. Design and implementation of the data acquisition system.
Study of Energy Recovery Systems for Tumbler Driers (1994-1996)
This study included the evaluation of systems using Heat Pumps and simple energy recovery heat exchangers;

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