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Title: 空調主機用電卸載之節能與舒適度控制之研究
A Study of Energy-Saving and Thermal Confort Control on Air-Conditioning System Using a Direct Load Control Method
Authors: 黃裕煒
Contributors: 車輛科技研究所
Keywords: 直接負載控制;尖峰負載;空調舒適;模糊控制
Direct load control;Peak load;Thermal comfort;Fuzzy control
Date: 2001
Issue Date: 2013-01-07T09:12:55Z
Publisher: 行政院國家科學委員會
Abstract: 本計劃針對傳統空調系統用電最
大之冰水主機規劃自我學習之電力
卸載流程,提昇空調用電之效率與減
低夏季尖峰用電。同時對節約能源與
舒適度問題,根據最小焓值法自動決
定舒適度空氣圖上最佳的工作點,以
獲得室內溫、濕度的控制設定值。本
計劃將逐年在夏季分別採用類神經
網路(Neural Network)、模糊(Fuzzy)
理論與灰色理論等控制器,根據室內
溫度、濕度條件作熱負荷預測,並配
合室外溫濕度變化作擾動預測,以決
定送風機之輸出風量,達到節約能源
與維持舒適度的目的。
The first thing for saving energy
of the air-conditioning (AC) system is
to analyze the thermal load in the
thermal space. The change of the
thermal space being heated or cooled
is the alteration of the Enthalpy of the
air. The use of computer can estimate
the enthalpy of air in the thermal
space. According to the estimation of
the enthalpy makes adjust the output
of the control system in AC. The
theory of the Enthalpy can be used to
predict the future condition of air in
thermal space.
Among the superior central
air-conditioning systems, the most
part to consume the power is the ice
water producing system. The direct
load control of HVAV system will
plan the self-regulating on/off control
loop to improve the power efficiency
during each summer by using Fuzzy
thermal comfort control method.
Relation: 國科會計畫, 計畫編號: NSC90-2213-E018-005; 研究期間: 9008-9107
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