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A multi-phase genetic algorithm for the efficient management of multi-chiller systemsBEGHI, Alessandro; CECCHINATO, Luca; RAMPAZZO, Mirco et al.Energy conversion and management. 2011, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 1650-1661, issn 0196-8904, 12 p.Article

Modeling water/lithium bromide absorption chillers in ASPEN PlusSOMERS, C; MORTAZAVI, A; HWANG, Y et al.Applied energy. 2011, Vol 88, Num 11, pp 4197-4205, issn 0306-2619, 9 p.Article

Experimental study of a thermoelectrically-driven liquid chiller in terms of COP and cooling down periodAMIR YADOLLAH FARAJI; GOLDSMID, H. J; AKBARZADEH, Aliakbar et al.Energy conversion and management. 2014, Vol 77, pp 340-348, issn 0196-8904, 9 p.Article

Pattern recognition-based chillers fault detection method using Support Vector Data Description (SVDD) : Research, development and innovations for sustainable future energy systemsYANG ZHAO; SHENGWEI WANG; FU XIAO et al.Applied energy. 2013, Vol 112, pp 1041-1048, issn 0306-2619, 8 p.Conference Paper

Effect of load-sharing operation strategy on the aggregate performance of existed multiple-chiller systemsABOU-ZIYAN, Hosny Z; ALAJMI, Ali F.Applied energy. 2014, Vol 135, pp 329-338, issn 0306-2619, 10 p.Article

New absorption chiller and control strategy for the solar assisted cooling system at the German federal environment agencyALBERS, Jan.International journal of refrigeration. 2014, Vol 39, pp 48-56, issn 0140-7007, 9 p.Article

Dry cooling with night cool storage to enhance solar power plants performance in extreme conditions areasMUNOZ, J; MARTINEZ-VAL, J. M; ABBAS, R et al.Applied energy. 2012, Vol 92, pp 429-436, issn 0306-2619, 8 p.Article

Ongoing commissioning of water-cooled electric chillers using benchmarking modelsMONFET, Danielle; ZMEUREANU, Radu.Applied energy. 2012, Vol 92, pp 99-108, issn 0306-2619, 10 p.Article

Application of the genetic algorithm and downhill simplex methods (Nelder―Mead methods) in the search for the optimum chiller configurationMAEHARA, Noriyasu; SHIMODA, Yoshiyuki.Applied thermal engineering. 2013, Vol 61, Num 2, pp 433-442, issn 1359-4311, 10 p.Article

Steuerung von Kälteanlagen mit mehreren Kältemaschinen: Wann wird eine Kältemaschine abgeschaltet? : Kältetechnik = Control of Chiller Plant with multiple chillers. When to stop a chiller?NEUMANN, Jörg.KI. Luft- und Kältetechnik. 2004, Vol 40, Num 10, pp 410-412, issn 0945-0459, 3 p.Article

Performance analysis of a trigeneration system based on a micro gas turbine and an air-cooled, indirect fired, ammonia-water absorption chillerMOYA, M; BRUNO, J. C; EGUIA, P et al.Applied energy. 2011, Vol 88, Num 12, pp 4424-4440, issn 0306-2619, 17 p.Article

Shallow geothermal energy applied to a solar-assisted air-conditioning system in southern Spain: Two-year experienceROSIEK, S; BATLLES, F. J.Applied energy. 2012, Vol 100, pp 267-276, issn 0306-2619, 10 p.Article

Physical and operating conditions effects on silica gel/water adsorption chiller performanceREZK, Ahmed R. M; AL-DADAH, Raya K.Applied energy. 2012, Vol 89, Num 1, pp 142-149, issn 0306-2619, 8 p.Conference Paper

Performance analysis of a chilled water system with various pumping schemesTIRMIZI, Syed A; GANDHIDASAN, P; ZUBAIR, Syed M et al.Applied energy. 2012, Vol 100, pp 238-248, issn 0306-2619, 11 p.Article

ChillersLINCK, Drew W.Heating/piping/air conditioning engineering. 2003, Vol 75, Num 11, pp 34-38, issn 1527-4055, 4 p.Article

A numerical model for the dynamic simulation of a recirculation single-effect absorption chillerZINET, Matthieu; RULLIERE, Romuald; HABERSCHILL, Philippe et al.Energy conversion and management. 2012, Vol 62, pp 51-63, issn 0196-8904, 13 p.Article

A review of working fluids of absorption cyclesJIAN SUN; LIN FU; SHIGANG ZHANG et al.Renewable & sustainable energy review. 2012, Vol 16, Num 4, pp 1899-1906, issn 1364-0321, 8 p.Article

Inverse neural network based control strategy for absorption chillersLABUS, J; HERNANDEZ, J. A; BRUNO, J. C et al.Renewable energy. 2012, Vol 39, Num 1, pp 471-482, issn 0960-1481, 12 p.Article

TO ENHANCE THE ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF CHILLER PLANTS WITH SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION THEORYCHEN, Chun-Wei; LEE, Cheng-Wen; CHEN, Chia-Yon et al.Energy & environment (Brentwood). 2010, Vol 21, Num 5, pp 408-423, issn 0958-305X, 16 p.Article

Optimum load sharing strategy for multiple-chiller systems serving air-conditioned buildingsYU, F. W; CHAN, K. T.Building and environment. 2007, Vol 42, Num 4, pp 1581-1593, issn 0360-1323, 13 p.Article

A novel energy-saving method for air-cooled chiller plant by parallel connectionZHANG XIAOSONG; XU GUOYING; CHAN, K. T et al.Applied thermal engineering. 2006, Vol 26, Num 16, pp 2012-2019, issn 1359-4311, 8 p.Article

Thermodynamic feasibility of harvesting data center waste heat to drive an absorption chillerHAYWOOD, Anna; SHERBECK, Jon; PHELAN, Patrick et al.Energy conversion and management. 2012, Vol 58, pp 26-34, issn 0196-8904, 9 p.Article

An evaluation of empirically-based models for predicting energy performance of vapor-compression water chillersLEE, Tzong-Shing; LU, Wan-Chen.Applied energy. 2010, Vol 87, Num 11, pp 3486-3493, issn 0306-2619, 8 p.Article

Enrichment of ammonia concentration from aqua-ammonia vapors by using 3A molecular sieveCHIOU, J. S; LIN, T. M; SHE, K. Y et al.Energy conversion and management. 2009, Vol 50, Num 10, pp 2665-2669, issn 0196-8904, 5 p.Article

Study on a solar heat driven dual-mode adsorption chillerHABIB, Khairul; CHOUDHURY, Biplab; PRADIP KUMAR CHATTERJEE et al.Energy (Oxford). 2013, Vol 63, pp 133-141, issn 0360-5442, 9 p.Article

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