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Authors: Chandratilleke, T.T. 
Hawlader, M.N.A. 
Ng, K.C. 
Koay, H.L.Kelvin
Issue Date: 1985
Source: Chandratilleke, T.T.,Hawlader, M.N.A.,Ng, K.C.,Koay, H.L.Kelvin (1985). ANALYSIS OF AN INDUSTRIAL SOLAR HOT WATER SYSTEM. : 65-68. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: In this study, a large scale industrial hot water system at the CIAS 'Flight Kitchen', which caters for many of the airlines at the Singapore Changi Airport, is investigated. A computer simulation is carried out to evaluate the system performance and the cost effectiveness of such a system. The predicted values of the performance parameters agree well with the experimental results obtained. The contribution from solar energy towards the total energy demand remains high around 50% even under fairly poor weather conditions. The computer simulation indicates that the solar fraction is strongly dependent on the required temperature of hot water and with a temperature of 55 degree C almost all the energy requirement is provided by solar heating. The optimum storage capacity for water heating systems of this kind is estimated to be about 25 L-SCRIPT /m**2.
ISBN: 4890380027
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