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THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE TES

Ice Cell

4 tonhours)  .INTRODUCTION Thermal energy storage is a method that store thermal energy in energy storage reservoirs for later use  It works by creating ice at night when electricity is usually less costly. can store 334 million joules (MJ) or 317.000 BTUs (93kWh or 26.  Thermal energy storage is practical because the large fusion of heat of water. One metric ton of water. and then using the ice to cool the air in buildings during the hotter daytime periods. one cubic meter.

.The advantages of thermal energy storage are  Commercial electrical rates are lower at night  It takes less energy to make ice when the ambient temperature is cool at night. Source energy (energy from the chiller) is saved. more efficient system can do the job of a much larger unit by running for more hours.  A smaller.

ICE CELL .

Norminal 10800 Rth  .Ice cell Unit label: ice cell 1 -45  Description: TES tank  Make: Dunham Bush  Model: Ts 240.  Type: tube in tank  Capacity rated: 240 Rth .

CHILLER .

Chiller Make: Dunham bush  Model: WCOX128B-128B  Type: horizontal screw  Power input (kw) : 1227  .

HEAT EXCHANGER .

4c/6.3c/6.Heat exchanger Description: heat exchanger 1 – 4  Make: Alfa Laval  Model: MX25-BFG  Type: Counter flow  Flow rate(usgpm): Hot 2400 & cold 2400  In/out temp(F): hot 13.6c & cold 4.6c  Heat exchanger (Rt): 1283.33  .

COOLING TOWER .

5 kw x 8]  .Cooling tower Make: Polacel  Type: induce draft cross flow  Capacity(Rt): 2500  Water flow: 5000 IGPM  Water temp(f): in(97) & out(87)  Fan power: [7.

TES SYSTEM .

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE         Plan capacity: 3600 Rt equal to 2 chiller Best mode @ discharge: 1 chiller/ 1800 Rt & 1 comp/900 Rt Ice mode @ charging: 1 chiller/ 1250 Rt & 1 comp/625 Rt Ice cell stores capacity: 10800 Rth= 45 tanks 1 tank= 240 Rt. building load: 3585Rt x 0.8 =2868 Rt . Charging capacity chiller: 1250Rt X 10 hours = 12500 Rth Min ice cell: 10800 Rth Discharge.

D [kw] rate = RM 29.234 sen Off Peak: 21:00-09:00 = 0. M. 1 chiller x 10 hours= 18000 Rt Sport building: 18000+ 10800=28800Rth Total sport building – total building= 28800 .75 = 21500 Rth [1 day] Best mode.00 per kw .133 sen. Takrif bil : C2 TES Peak time: 09:00 – 21:00 = 0.         Total cooling demand= 2858 Rt x 10 hours x 0.21500=7290 Rth/ 25%.

.MAINTENANCE Daily inspection  Monitor and record chiller operating parameters in a log sheet. Any discrepancy in the way the chiller behave scan be identified and immediate measures can be taken to prevent unforeseen damage the chiller.

 Check cooling tower water treatment system  Check unit for traces of oil stain and refrigerant leakage  Check glycol concentration  Check liquid sight glasses for proper refrigerant charge  Check sump oil level .Monthly inspection.

burned contacts. Check and verify the functionality of all safety cutout devices where applicable.      Check pressure drop across oil filters Check motor bearings and lubricate as necessary Check water flow switch and pump interlock for functionality Check compressor and refrigerant piping for excessive vibration Shut unit down. inspect control panel. signs of overheated wires. . checking for loose wires. etc. open main disconnect.

 Check liquid line sight glass for indication of excessive moisture content and filter drier for excessive pressure drop. Please refer to the specific type of compressor oil as listed on the chiller nameplate or on the housing of the compressor.  Check alignment of shaft and coupling. moisture content and dissolved solids. Do not charge the system with excess oil. . Replace filter drier as necessary. Check shaft seal for excessive oil leakage. Replace compressor oil as necessary.Yearly inspection  Perform monthly inspection  Carryout a thorough refrigerant leak test  Check compressor oil for acidity.