[TRNSYS-users] Can "Type60s Storage Tank; Fixed Inlets, Uniform Losses and Node Heights" Be Used With a Liquid Other Than Water, Propylene Glycol, or Ethylene Glycol
Jeff Thornton via TRNSYS-users
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Thu Feb 9 10:00:46 PST 2017
I would not be comfortable using Type 60 for molten salts and CO2. I
believe there are some storage models available in some of the the CSP
libraries which would be much more suitable.
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On 02/09/2017 11:09 am, Haq, Shomaz ul via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> I would be extremely grateful if someone could help me out. Thanks.
> On Feb 9, 2017 7:05 PM, "Shomaz Haque via TRNSYS-users" <trnsys-users at lists.onebuilding.org> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> Hello. Hope all are well. I am simulating a concentrated solar power (CSP) using supercritical CO2. I am using Type 60s for indirect storage of molten salt. My question is whether Type60s can be used as heat exchanger (HX) heat with CO2. It's "Parameter 33 HX Fluid Indicator-1" has only options for 1-Water 2-Propylene Glycol and 3-Ethylene Glycol. It doesn't go to 0. Also in its description it doesn't specify what fluid can be use in the HX. Would be extremely grateful if somebody could help and look into this. Hope to hear from someone soon. Thanks.
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