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Total cooling capacity (TCC), latent cooling capacity (LCC), sensible cooling capacity (SCC), sensible heat ratio (SHR), EER, total heating capacity (THC), and COP were calculated using equations given below.
An innovative coil design offers high efficiency and low operating costs through use of a dedicated dehumidification cycle saving energy when dehumidifying and allows for higher sensible heat ratios and low energy consumption during normal operation.
Figure 8 shows comparisons for sensible heat ratio (SHR), defined as the ratio of the sensible to total energy transfer rates.
This detailed air-conditioner model required separate inputs for the gross EER at nominal conditions, sensible heat ratio (SHR), and fan power.
The sensible heat ratio (SHR) across the zone and WSHP coil can be seen in Figure 5.
Conventional unitary air-conditioning equipment has a sensible heat ratio (SHR) that is typically 0.
Further gains are achieved by allowing return air to bypass the evaporator through a modulating damper that dynamically varies the latent capacity to match the load sensible heat ratio--the modified unit is a variable sensible heat ratio machine with a fully protected compressor inlet along with an increase in energy efficiency.
However, it is also necessary determine the sensible heat ratio (SHR) for cooling mode and to determine the performance for dry coils (SHR = 1) where the wet bulb temperature has little influence on capacity.