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Analysis Study of Seasonal Performance Factor for Residential Building Integrated Heat Pump System
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Analysis Study of Seasonal Performance Factor for Residential Building Integrated Heat Pump System
Kang, Eun-Chul; Min, Kyoung-Chon; Lee, Kwang-Seob; Lee, Euy-Joon;
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 Abstract
Heat pump unit performance is represented by the COP(Coefficient of Performance) and expressed by the one point design condition according to KS C 9306. However, when heat pump operated to the real buildings, the simulations are changed continuously according to the actual weather conditions, the building load and heat pump source conditions. The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the APF(Annual performance factor) for a climate dependent building integrated air-to-air heat pump system in major cities in Korea. TRNSYS simulation tool with an international MV standard based IPMVP 4.4.2 was utilized to perform the annual performance analysis. The APF with the multi-performance data based method was calculated as 2.29 for Daejeon residential building case while Busan residential building case appeared as the highest with 2.36.
 Keywords
Heat Pump;Coefficient of Performance;Seasonal Performance Factor;Annual Performance Factor;International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol;
 Language
Korean
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