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# Potential of Predictive Control for Improvement of Seasonal Coefficient of Performance of Air Source Heat Pump in Central European Climate Zone

Originální název

Potential of Predictive Control for Improvement of Seasonal Coefficient of Performance of Air Source Heat Pump in Central European Climate Zone

Anglický název

Potential of Predictive Control for Improvement of Seasonal Coefficient of Performance of Air Source Heat Pump in Central European Climate Zone

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en

Originální abstrakt

This paper compares different operation models of the air-to-water heat pump (HP). Detail focus of this study aims at a potential to increase seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) by utilising the predictive control. The considered predictive control uses an outdoor air temperature forecast for the upcoming 48 h. The predictive control operates the heat pump so that it runs, preferably, during the periods of the day with the highest air temperature. For a detailed assessment, a model of the heat supply system with a heat pump supplemented by a heat accumulator has been developed. The mathematical model involves detailed algorithm for time-dependent quantification of the heat demand for the considered model building. Dataset of real operation tests of the HP helps correctly evaluate the coefficient of performance (COP). An original algorithm of predictive control has been developed and tested for different operating parameters and different capacities of the heat accumulator. A long-term record of air temperatures from the last ten years is employed to evaluate the model. The mathematical model allows for a complex parametrical study to evaluate the relations of SCOP - accumulator capacity, SCOP - method of heat pump control.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper compares different operation models of the air-to-water heat pump (HP). Detail focus of this study aims at a potential to increase seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) by utilising the predictive control. The considered predictive control uses an outdoor air temperature forecast for the upcoming 48 h. The predictive control operates the heat pump so that it runs, preferably, during the periods of the day with the highest air temperature. For a detailed assessment, a model of the heat supply system with a heat pump supplemented by a heat accumulator has been developed. The mathematical model involves detailed algorithm for time-dependent quantification of the heat demand for the considered model building. Dataset of real operation tests of the HP helps correctly evaluate the coefficient of performance (COP). An original algorithm of predictive control has been developed and tested for different operating parameters and different capacities of the heat accumulator. A long-term record of air temperatures from the last ten years is employed to evaluate the model. The mathematical model allows for a complex parametrical study to evaluate the relations of SCOP - accumulator capacity, SCOP - method of heat pump control.

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@article{BUT147338,
author="Jiří {Pospíšil} and Michal {Špiláček} and Libor {Kudela}",
title="Potential of Predictive Control for Improvement of Seasonal Coefficient of Performance of Air Source Heat Pump in Central European Climate Zone",
annote="This paper compares different operation models of the air-to-water heat pump (HP). Detail focus of this study aims at a potential to increase seasonal coefficient of performance (SCOP) by utilising the predictive control. The considered predictive control uses an outdoor air temperature forecast for the upcoming 48 h. The predictive control operates the heat pump so that it runs, preferably, during the periods of the day with the highest air temperature. For a detailed assessment, a model of the heat supply system with a heat pump supplemented by a heat accumulator has been developed. The mathematical model involves detailed algorithm for time-dependent quantification of the heat demand for the considered model building. Dataset of real operation tests of the HP helps correctly evaluate the coefficient of performance (COP). An original algorithm of predictive control has been developed and tested for different operating parameters and different capacities of the heat accumulator. A long-term record of air temperatures from the last ten years is employed to evaluate the model. The mathematical model allows for a complex parametrical study to evaluate the relations of SCOP - accumulator capacity, SCOP - method of heat pump control.",