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[a,lvg]] values when compared to an input valuation that is similar except for entering air temperature being higher, entering water temperature being lower, or both.
A cubic boundary temperature curve fitted to average indoor coil entering air temperature allows us to discern the operating point of the dual range CAPFT and EIRFT curves.
The variation in performance with outdoor entering air temperature would be difficult to model using a single performance curve since performance over the range of outdoor conditions obviously has two distinct performance regions.
The unit was capable of achieving such a high COP because both the evaporator and condenser have the same entering air temperature.
what if that one piece of hardware that is operating outside the "recommended" entering air temperature range fails due to short-term and/or long-term exposure to those conditions?
Whereas the average difference between the HA and LA sensors for the entering air temperature was found to be 0.
If the temperature of the return air was above the minimum entering air temperature for the primary fan, then no heat was added and the air entering the fan was the same as the mixed air temperature.
In the heat pump design calculation, the evaporator superheat is specified, and the iteration adjusts the entering air temperature to the evaporator until the calculated superheat matches the specified value (Fischer et al.