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  • Using a Radiator as an Air Cooler
  • KULI-System

    In modern cooling system applications sometimes a radiator (coolant-air heat exchanger) is used to cool-down air (instead of air cooling-down the coolant). This makes it necessary for the model to consider potential condensation effects in the air.

    Specifically only a part of the cooling power of the coolant is sensible heat on the air-side, while the rest compensates the heat from the phase change of the condensing air humidity (latent heat). Accordingly also a condensate mass flow is calculated.

    As the KULI radiator component does not have native support for these effects, this library example provides additional functionality using calculation controllers and two air-side heat sources / sinks.

    Usable from release: KULI 12
    Necessary modules: KULI base

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