virtual pressure

virtual pressure

[′vər·chə·wəl ′presh·ər]
(meteorology)
The pressure of a parcel of moist air when it has the same density as a parcel of dry air at the same temperature.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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For the form part geometries, Autodesk Moldflow 2016 was selected to perform the simulation to determine melt flow pattern as well as a virtual pressure curve.
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Figure 3 shows a virtual pressure sensing line routed from the roof level exterior pressure reference down to the base of the building.
The corresponding change in pressure within the virtual pressure reference sensing line will be at a different rate than in the interior pressure reference sensing line whenever there is a difference between the interior air and exterior air temperatures.
The change in the pressure in the virtual pressure sensing line should be calculated from the base of the building to the roof line or at a point where the outdoor static pressure reference sensing line penetrates into the building.
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Virtual pressure measurements for these locations are determined using refrigerant property relations.
Virtual pressure sensor outputs can be used in combination with other virtual sensors to provide a wealth of information for monitoring and diagnostics.
However, there are several technical issues that need to be considered, including 1) identifying suitable locations for mounting thermocouples that will ensure that refrigerant conditions are saturated for a wide range of driving conditions and in the presence of all kinds of faults, 2) accounting for the pressure drop between locations where temperatures are measured and the points where virtual pressure measurements are needed, and 3) evaluating the overall accuracy and impact on diagnostic performance of employing virtual pressure measurements.
Figure 5 illustrates the virtual pressure sensor development concept.
A virtual pressure sensor uses a thermocouple mounted to a return bend of the condenser or evaporator to infer the high-side or low-side pressure.
The mass flow was calculated using virtual pressure sensors as inputs and a correction for superheat.
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