Cooling load

cooling load

[′kül·iŋ ‚lōd]
(mechanical engineering)
The total amount of heat energy that must be removed from a system by a cooling mechanism in a unit time, equal to the rate at which heat is generated by people, machinery, and processes, plus the net flow of heat into the system not associated with the cooling machinery.

Cooling load

The amount of heat generated within a building space from occupants, electrical equipment, artificial lighting, and solar radiation that the HVAC system must remove.

cooling load

The amount of heat that must be removed from a building to maintain a comfortable temperature for its occupants.
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MHI provides 80 units AART-270I variable speed drive (VSD) chiller, which achieves high-efficiency operation by optimally responding to the required cooling load and ambient temperature.
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Since the outer-loop PID controller with fixed parameters lacks robustness to deal with cooling load variations, this paper proposes a model-based robust temperature control strategy as an alternative and addresses its year-round application.
If the ambient temperature is [approximately equal to] 3[degrees]C less than the chilled-water flow water temperature, then the free cooling is generally enough to provide all the cooling load, and the chiller can be switched off.
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