Subtask A: Collector Field and Loop


SHC Task 45.A.3.2 INFO Sheet: Guarantee of Annual Output
April 2014 - PDF 0.37MB
By: Jan Erik Nielsen, PlanEnergi
This method for giving and checking annual output of collector fields takes into account that the weather and operating temperatures may vary from year to year. The method works with monthly average operation temperatures and hourly average weather data and will work for systems having approx. constant operating temperatures on a monthly basis – like e.g. solar district heating systems. The basic idea of the method is described in brief below.
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 INFO Sheet: Guarantee of Annual Output
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 INFO Sheet: Guaranteed Power Output
April 2014 - PDF 0.32MB
By: Jan Erik Nielsen, PlanEnergi
The performance guarantees described here relate to the power performance of a collector field and a heat exchanger under some restricted (“full load”) operating conditions. The procedures described here do not pretend to give and check a guarantee on the annual output of the system. For annual output guarantee, see IEA-SHC Fact Sheet 45.A.3.2 “Guaranteed annual output”
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 INFO Sheet: Guaranteed Power Output
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 TECH Sheet: Guarantee of Annual Output
April 2014 - PDF 0.59MB
By: Jan Erik Nielsen, PlanEnergi
A methodology for giving and checking the annual output of collector fields is described. The method takes into account that the weather and operating temperatures may vary from year to year. The method works with monthly average operation temperatures and hourly average weather data and will work for systems having approx. constant operating temperatures on a monthly basis – like e.g. solar district heating systems.
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 TECH Sheet: Guarantee of Annual Output
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 TECH Sheet: Guaranteed Power Output
April 2014 - PDF 0.62MB
By: Jan Erik Nielsen, PlanEnergi & Daniel Trier, PlanEnergi
The performance guarantees described here relate to the power performance of a collector field and a heat exchanger under some restricted (“full load”) operating conditions. The procedures described here do not pretend to give and check a guarantee on the annual output of the system.
SHC Task 45.A.3.2 TECH Sheet: Guaranteed Power Output