[TRNSYS-users] Inlet temperature of FP Collector

Rm Chemilo chemilo92 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 26 00:07:53 PDT 2017

Thank you for your explanation. Actually, my main problem is with TES and I
thought by controlling the inlet temperature of solar coll can help to
maintain the low temperature of fluids inside the TES. So, I already got
the right amount of TES energy gain to meet the demand, but the problem is
the high temperature inside TES. I need to maintain the low temperature
inside TES but also produce high energy gain. Do you have any suggestion
what should I do?

I have another question still regarding SHW. I created another SHW
simulation and it consists of solar coll, TES, heat pump, and buffer tank.
The water to water heat pump (type 927) component acts as auxiliary heating
when the heat from solar coll is not sufficient. After I run the
simulation, the heat pump works but the outlet temperature really high. I
only need to increase the temperature from 40C to 60C but it goes up to
90C. What control should I apply for this problem?
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