[TRNSYS-users] Regarding confusion between standard component libraries and TESS libraries

David BRADLEY d.bradley at tess-inc.com
Tue Jul 2 11:24:02 PDT 2019


  There are almost always multiple ways of modeling a process 
(theoretical, performance map, etc.). Type120 and Type907 use different 
approaches to modeling an IC engine. I would recommend that you read 
through their documentation so that you can decide which one is more 
appropriate in the context of the system that you are modeling.

kind regards,


On 07/02/2019 00:32, Rajeev Awasthi via TRNSYS-users wrote:
> I am looking for an IC engine-generator setup. In standard component 
> libraries, it is showing as type 120 DEGS set up in electrical 
> components while in TESS libraries electrical component library is all 
> about solar PV related components and an IC engine-generator setup is 
> given in CHP library. Please clear my confusion asap.
> -- 
> Thanks & Regards
> Rajeev Awasthi
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