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Virtual case study on small solar cooling systems within the SolarCombi+ project

: Nienborg, B.; Koch, L.; Wiemken, E.; Troi, A.; Besana, F.; Mugnier, D.; Thür, A.; Clauß, V.; Egilegor, B.; Tsekouras, P.

Beccali, M. ; Ostbayerisches Technologie-Transfer-Institut e.V. -OTTI-, Bereich Erneuerbare Energien:
Solar air-conditioning. 3rd international conference 2009 : Palermo, Sicily, Italy, September 30th - October 2nd, 2009; Political, economic framework; system technology; industry forum; system design: design tools, simulation, engineering; practical experience: operation maintenance, energy performance, cost performance; components: heat driven water chillers, heat driven open cycles; solar cooling aplications
Regensburg: OTTI, 2009
ISBN: 978-3-941785-06-9
7 S.
International Conference Solar Air-Conditioning <3, 2009, Palermo>
Fraunhofer ISE ()

The project SolarCombi+, supported by the Intelligent Energy Europe program, aims at achieving a better market potential for small scale solar cooling systems in combination with traditional solar thermal systems for domestic hot water preparation and space heating. The reduction of the design effort for such systems offers an important potential for cost reduction. Therefore an extensive simulation case study was carried out in order to determine standard system configurations. This paper concludes the applied methodology and shows selected results. The best results are available online also and were used to develop package solutions, which work best under different circumstances, for each thermally driven chiller of the five participating industry partners (ClimateWell, Rotartica, Solution, Sonnenklima, Sortech).