A Review on Industrial Cooling System
Keywords:HAVC, AHU, Temperature, physics based models.
The modeling of the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is a prominent topic because of its relationship with energy savings and environmental, economic, and technological issues. The modeling of the HVAC system is concerned with the indoor thermal sensation, which is related to the modeling of building, air handling unit (AHU) equipment’s, and indoor thermal processes. This paper shows the HVAC model and the Winter Air Conditioning System, Summer Air Conditioning System. Until now, many HVAC system modeling approaches are made available, and the techniques have become quite mature.
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