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Table 2.1 Range of available heat transfer catalog data for the Modine 50B5-1
heat exchanger. 19
Table 2.2 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate of the
Modine 50B5-1 for different ranges of catalog data used to fit the
characteristic heat transfer parameters. 19
Table 2.3 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted from
manufacturer's data with one shell fluid to different shell fluids for
the Young F-1010-TR-1P single-pass shell and tube heat
exchanger. 22
Table 2.4 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted from catalog data
with one shell fluid to different shell fluids for the Young
F-1010-TC-1P single-pass shell and tube heat exchanger. 23
Table 3.1 Measures of heat transfer rate error resulting from applying
characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an increasing
number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil data set. 49
Table 3.2 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an
increasing number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil data
set. 50
Table 3.3 Measures of leaving wet bulb temperature error resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an
increasing number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil
data set. 50
Table 3.4 Measures of heat transfer rate error when different portions of the
cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used to fit the
characteristic heat transfer parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.5 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error when different
portions of the cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used
to fit the characteristic heat transfer parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.6 Measure of leaving wet bulb temperature error when different
portions of the cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used
to fit the heat transfer model parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.7 Relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in leaving dry
bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from characteristic parameter extension for the simple
model of a Trane W coil. 57
Table 3.8 Comparison of relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in
leaving dry bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature for the Trane W coil using the simple and detailed cooling
coil models. 65
Table 3.9 Relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in leaving dry
bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from characteristic parameter extension for the detailed
model of a Trane W coil. 68
Table 3.10 Comparison of relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in
leaving dry bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet
bulb temperature resulting from the extension of characteristic
parameters for the Trane W coil using the simple and detailed cooling
coil models. 69
Table 3.11 Fractional differences between heat transfer rates calculated by simple models and detailed models. 84
Table 3.12 Differences in the integrated sensible, latent, and total heat transfer
rates over one year as calculated by Types 95 and 94 for a variable
number of saturated data points used in the parameter estimation. 86
Table 4.1 Measures of heat transfer rate error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.2 Measures of dry bulb temperature error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.3 Measures of wet bulb temperature error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.4 Measures of heat transfer rate error when different ranges of catalog
data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling coil heat and mass
transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.5 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error when different
ranges of catalog data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling
coil heat and mass transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.6 Measures of leaving wet bulb temperature error when different
ranges of catalog data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling coil
heat and mass transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.7 Relative errors in heat transfer rate resulting from applying
characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to R-22
operation data. 102
Table 4.8 Absolute errors in leaving dry bulb temperature resulting from
applying characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to
R-22 operation data. 102
Table 4.9 Absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from
applying characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to
R-22 operation data. 102
Table 6.1 Characteristic heat transfer parameters for the sensible heat exchanger, chilled water cooling coil, and direct expansion cooling coil models determined using EES and the IMSL routine DBCONF. 130
Table 6.2 Listing of the 99MODES Data File. 136
Table 6.3 Input Data File for estimating the characteristic heat transfer
parameters of a Type 80 Heat Exchanger. 139
Table 6.4 Listing of the D2ARRAYS module.
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Table 2.1 Range of available heat transfer catalog data for the Modine 50B5-1
heat exchanger. 19
Table 2.2 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate of the
Modine 50B5-1 for different ranges of catalog data used to fit the
characteristic heat transfer parameters. 19
Table 2.3 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted from
manufacturer's data with one shell fluid to different shell fluids for
the Young F-1010-TR-1P single-pass shell and tube heat
exchanger. 22
Table 2.4 Measures of error in the calculated heat transfer rate resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted from catalog data
with one shell fluid to different shell fluids for the Young
F-1010-TC-1P single-pass shell and tube heat exchanger. 23
Table 3.1 Measures of heat transfer rate error resulting from applying
characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an increasing
number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil data set. 49
Table 3.2 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an
increasing number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil data
set. 50
Table 3.3 Measures of leaving wet bulb temperature error resulting from
applying characteristic heat transfer parameters fitted with an
increasing number of data points to the Trane W cooling coil
data set. 50
Table 3.4 Measures of heat transfer rate error when different portions of the
cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used to fit the
characteristic heat transfer parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.5 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error when different
portions of the cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used
to fit the characteristic heat transfer parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.6 Measure of leaving wet bulb temperature error when different
portions of the cataloged operating point parameter ranges are used
to fit the heat transfer model parameters for the Trane W coil. 53
Table 3.7 Relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in leaving dry
bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from characteristic parameter extension for the simple
model of a Trane W coil. 57
Table 3.8 Comparison of relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in
leaving dry bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature for the Trane W coil using the simple and detailed cooling
coil models. 65
Table 3.9 Relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in leaving dry
bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from characteristic parameter extension for the detailed
model of a Trane W coil. 68
Table 3.10 Comparison of relative errors in heat transfer rate, absolute errors in
leaving dry bulb temperature, and absolute errors in leaving wet
bulb temperature resulting from the extension of characteristic
parameters for the Trane W coil using the simple and detailed cooling
coil models. 69
Table 3.11 Fractional differences between heat transfer rates calculated by simple models and detailed models. 84
Table 3.12 Differences in the integrated sensible, latent, and total heat transfer
rates over one year as calculated by Types 95 and 94 for a variable
number of saturated data points used in the parameter estimation. 86
Table 4.1 Measures of heat transfer rate error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.2 Measures of dry bulb temperature error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.3 Measures of wet bulb temperature error resulting from applying
parameters fitted with an increasing number of data points to the
Trane F direct expansion cooling coil data set for operation with
R-12. 97
Table 4.4 Measures of heat transfer rate error when different ranges of catalog
data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling coil heat and mass
transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.5 Measures of leaving dry bulb temperature error when different
ranges of catalog data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling
coil heat and mass transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.6 Measures of leaving wet bulb temperature error when different
ranges of catalog data are used to fit the direct expansion cooling coil
heat and mass transfer model parameters. 101
Table 4.7 Relative errors in heat transfer rate resulting from applying
characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to R-22
operation data. 102
Table 4.8 Absolute errors in leaving dry bulb temperature resulting from
applying characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to
R-22 operation data. 102
Table 4.9 Absolute errors in leaving wet bulb temperature resulting from
applying characteristic parameters fit with R-12 operation data to
R-22 operation data. 102
Table 6.1 Characteristic heat transfer parameters for the sensible heat exchanger, chilled water cooling coil, and direct expansion cooling coil models determined using EES and the IMSL routine DBCONF. 130
Table 6.2 Listing of the 99MODES Data File. 136
Table 6.3 Input Data File for estimating the characteristic heat transfer
parameters of a Type 80 Heat Exchanger. 139
Table 6.4 Listing of the D2ARRAYS module.
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