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    Dynamic modeling and Simulation program



    CoolPack is a collection of simulation models for refrigeration systems. The models each
    have a specific purpose e.g. cycle analysis, dimensioning of main components, energy
    analysis and -optimization.

    The following page contains links to software developed
    at ME department at Tech.Denmark University. Click Coolpack.exe link in the following page:
    http://j.mp/Coolpack-1-48

    Dowload software and read more about the following simulation purposes:

    Calculation of refrigerant properties (property plots, thermodynamic & thermophysical
    data, refrigerant comparisons)
    Cycle analysis e.g. comparison of one- and two-stage cycles
    System dimensioning calculation of component sizes from general dimensioning
    criteria
    System simulation calculation of operating conditions in a system with known
    components
    Evaluation of operation evaluation of system efficiency and suggestions for reducing
    the energy consumption
    Component calculations calculation of component efficiencies
    Transient simulation of cooling of an object e.g. for evaluation of cooling down
    periods
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    OK, What is new from 2000 year?
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    Actually, Coolpack 1.48 is available from the developer's site.

    http://www.ipu.dk/English/IPU-Manufa.../CoolPack.aspx
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    Good find DesA. I did not knew it was updated.
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    It's a pleasure.
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    Quote Originally Posted by desA View Post
    Actually, Coolpack 1.48 is available from the developer's site.

    http://www.ipu.dk/English/IPU-Manufa.../CoolPack.aspx
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    What are the additional features you discovered desA?
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    From above link...
    "Originally, it was programmed in Pascal but the present release is updated to Delphi. So far we have included one transient element: simulation of the cooling of an object with the possibility of applying an on/off control of the compressor."
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    I never ran this feature on Coolpack and I even don't know why it can be used practically. Too many variables are unknown - at least for me- or uncertain and the way you stock an item in a coldroom is extremely important t o find the cool-down time. Or how the flow pattern over the product is also such a factor difficult to calculate.
    If we need a calculation to cool or freeze something down within a given time, we always test it in a real life situation with a lot of loggers all over the place and in the product.
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    Re: Dynamic modeling and Simulation program

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter_1 View Post
    What are the additional features you discovered desA?
    So far, no change - based on the parts I use. Many of these run off the EES engine, anyway.
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