.Buildings.Fluid.Examples.Performance.PressureDrop

Information

This package contains examples that demonstrate how parameter settings and boundary conditions can affect the number and size of algebraic loops.

Either a pressure difference or a mass flow rate is prescribed. The parameter from_dp is set to either true or false. These combinations are applied to a flow network consisting of parallel, series or parallel-series components. By looking at the size of the nonlinear equations between the example and its counter-part that ends in Optimised, one can see whether the symbolic processing optimally converts the system of equations.

Contents

NameDescription
ParallelDpParallel connection with prescribed pressure difference and non-optimised parameters
ParallelDpOptimisedParallel connection with prescribed pressure difference and optimised parameters
ParallelFlowParallel connection with prescribed flow rate and non-optimised parameters
ParallelFlowOptimisedParallel connection with prescribed flow rate and optimised parameters
SeriesDpSeries connection with prescribed pressure difference and non-optimised parameters
SeriesDpOptimisedSeries connection with prescribed pressure difference and optimised parameters
SeriesFlowSeries connection with prescribed flow rate and non-optimised parameters
SeriesFlowOptimisedSeries connection with prescribed flow and optimised parameters
SeriesParallelDpCombined series and parallel connection with prescribed pressure difference and non-optimised parameters
SeriesParallelDpOptimisedCombined series and parallel connection with prescribed pressure difference and non-optimised parameters
SeriesParallelFlowCombined series and parallel connection with prescribed flow rate and non-optimised parameters
SeriesParallelFlowOptimisedCombined series and parallel connection with prescribed flow rate and non-optimised parameters

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