01/05/1992 Business Engineering
DOI: 10.1177/014362449201300201 SemanticScholar ID: 110579140 MAG: 2044114314

Ice storage: Design study of the factors affecting installations

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The extent to which ice thermal storage is adopted depends very much on its commercial viability. To establish fully the economic viability of such systems, it is necessary to examine the factors which affect their operation over a complete cooling season. This paper examines the factors affecting the economic performance of ice storage systems, and investigates the impact of variations within these factors on ice storage systems. An investigation is made of systems controlled by both chiller priority and store priority operating strategies. The figures quoted in the text are the results of an ice storage computer program developed by the authors.

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