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Aqueous Lithium Bromide TES and R-123 Chiller in Series

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J. J. Rizza

Mechanical Engineering Department, California State University, Fullerton, CA 92834-6870e-mail: jrizza@fullerton.edu

J. Sol. Energy Eng 125(1), 49-54 (Jan 27, 2003) (6 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1530630 History: Received August 01, 2001; Revised June 01, 2002; Online January 27, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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LiBr/H2O TES systems storage volume, m3 versus cold thermal storage, kWh at a condenser temperature of 38°C, water ice and liquid water volumes are provided for comparison. The LiBr/H2O volumes are based on a mass concentration of 59%, a value which results in the largest volume for the concentration range (59–64%) used in the analysis.
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LiBr/H2O TES system and a building R-123 chiller in series for a cold thermal storage and recovery system. The double-lined components and refrigerant conduits are active during the on-peak operating period, while the single-lined components and conduits are inactive; during the off-peak operating period, the opposite is true. The TES system is composed of the following components: HX1, HX2, HX3, the generator, the liquid water receiver and the LiBr/H2O strong/weak solution storage unit.
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LiBr/H2O TES system operating cost factor (OCF) versus on-peak condenser temperature for a 5°C evaporator, water ice and liquid water data are provided for comparison. The LiBr/H2O values are based on a mass concentration of 64%, a value which results in lower performance numbers (higher OCF values) for the concentration range (59–64%) used in the analysis.

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