.Buildings.Fluid.MixingVolumes.MixingVolumeMoistAir

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Model for an ideally mixed fluid volume and the ability to store mass and energy. The volume is fixed, and latent and sensible heat can be exchanged.

This model represents the same physics as Buildings.Fluid.MixingVolumes.MixingVolume, but in addition, it allows adding or subtracting water to the control volume. The mass flow rate of the added or subtracted water is specified at the port mWat_flow. Adding mWat_flow itself does not affect the energy balance in this model. Hence, the enthalpy that is added or removed with the flow of mWat_flow needs to be added to the heat port heatPort.

To increase the numerical robustness of the model, the constant prescribedHeatFlowRate can be set by the user. This constant only has an effect if the model has exactly two fluid ports connected, and if it is used as a steady-state model. Use the following settings:

Options

The parameter mSenFac can be used to increase the thermal mass of this model without increasing its volume. This way, species concentrations are still calculated correctly even though the thermal mass increases. The additional thermal mass is calculated based on the density and the value of the function HeatCapacityCp of the medium state state_default.
This parameter can for instance be useful in a pipe model when the developer wants to lump the pipe thermal mass to the fluid volume. By default mSenFac = 1, hence the mass is unchanged. For higher values of mSenFac, the mass will be scaled proportionally.

Set the parameter use_C_flow = true to enable an input connector for the trace substance flow rate. This allows to directly add or subtract trace substances such as CO2 to the volume. See Buildings.Fluid.Sensors.Examples.PPM for an example.

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