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OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies (Ed.):
3rd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SOLAR AIR-CONDITIONING. . 2009.

Ostbayerisches Technologie-Transfer-Institut e.V. (OTTI), Regensburg, , 1. Auflage, 628 Seiten, kartoniert, 210 x 147 mm
ISBN: 978-3-941758-06-9
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3rd International Conference Solar Air-Conditioning 2009 - OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies (Ed.)

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The OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies, organized the 3rd Int. Conference Solar-Air Conditioning in Palermo, Sicily, from 30th September until 2nd of October 2009. The OTTI e.V., Renewable Energies, belongs to the most respected organizers of symposia, seminares and conferences within the area of renewable energies. For it is rather difficult to give a summary of all single contributions, we here only present the main points:

OPENING SESSION: POLITICAL - ECONOMIC FRAMEWORK

Removal of Non-Technological Barriers to Solar Cooling Technology across Southern European Islands - Stefano Rugginenti, APEA Agrigento, Agrigento, Italy

The Added Economic and Environmental Value of Solar Thermal Systems in Microgrids with combined Heat and Power - Chris Marnay, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, United States of America

Australian Solar Cooling Initiative - Paul Kohlenbach, Solem Consulting, Australia

Designing of a Technology- Roadmap for Solar Assisted Air Conditioning in Austria - Hilbert Focke, ASIC - Austria Solar Innovation Center, Wels, Austria

SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY

Prototype of a Solar Driven Steam Jet Ejector Chiller - Clemens Pollerberg, Fraunhofer-Ins. f. Umwelt, Sicherheits- und Energietechnik UMSICHT, Oberhausen, Germany

New integrated Solar Air Conditioning System - Joan Carles Bruno, CREVER-Universitat i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain

Primary Energy Optimised Operation of Solar Driven Desiccant Evaporative Cooling Systems though Innovative control Strategies - Dirk Pietruschka, Fachhochschule Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

POSTER SESSION

A: SYSTEM DESIGN: DESIGN TOOLS, SIMULATION, ENGINEERING
A1 Control Strategies Study of a complete Solar Assisted Air Conditioning System in an Offi ce Building using TRNSYS - Sébastien Thomas, University of Liège, Arlon, France
A2 Thermally Driven Adsorption Chillers: Simulation of a Solar Cooling System for Buildings - Max Werlein, Valencia, Spain
A3 Simulation of a small size Adsorption Air Conditioning System driven by Solar Energy. - Salvatore Vasta, CNR-ITAE, Messina, Italy
A4 Development of a Model for the Simulation of an Absorption Chiller Air - Cooled "Rotartica" by TRNYS. - Andrés Macia Gómez, Centro Tecnológico Cartif, Boecillo, Valladolid, Spain
A5 Theoretical and Experimental Study of Monomethylamine-Water Solutions in a Solar Absorption Refrigerator for Food Conservation - Cesar Isaza, Universidad Pontifi cia Bolivariana, Medellin, Columbia
A6 Feasibility of Integration of Solar Cooling Systems in existing Buildings: Technical and Economical Results - Isabelle Verdier, Veolia Environnement Energy Research Center, Limay, France
A7 Primary Energy Saving Analysis of a Solar Cooling Plant connected to a District Heating and Cooling Network - Jesús López-Villada, CREVER-Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain
A8 Comparison of different Solar Assisted Energy System for a large scale Offi ce Building - Yehuan Chen, EURAC Research, Bolzano, Italy
A9 Effects of Desiccant Wheel Revolution Speed Control on Performances of Solar Desiccant Cooling Systems - Stefano De Antonellis, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
A10 Simulation Software for Solar Absorption Air Conditioning Systems - Pilar Monsalvete , Seville, Spain
A11 SDHW storage Layouts and its Control Strategies depending on the Combination with different Heating Devices, Sorption Chillers and Heat Pumps - Juan Rodriguez Santiago, Eurac Research, Bolzano, Italy
A12 Assessment of Standard Small-Scale Solar Cooling Confi gurations within the SolarCombi+ Project - Roberto Fedrizzi, EURAC Research, Bolzano, Italy
A13 Solar Combi+ System with a 4,5 kW Absorption Chiller: best Choice for different Cases - Francesco Besana, Eurac research, Università degli studi di Bergamo, Bozen, Italy
A16 Desiccant Cooling Simulation and Design in Matlab/Simulink Environment - Marco Beccali, DREAM, Universita degli Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy
A17 Thermal Performance of Liquid Desiccant Solar Air Conditioning in Hot / Humid Climatic Region of South East Asia - Edward Halawa, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia

B: COMPONENTS: HEAT DRIVEN WATER CHILLERS, HEAT DRIVEN OPEN CYCLES
B2 Design and Operation of a new Adsorption CHiller Prototype driven by low grade Thermal Energy - Alessio Sapienza, CNR-ITAE, Messina, Italy
B3 Desiccant Wheels Models: Investigation on the fully developed Temperature and Velocity Profi le Assumption - Stefano De Antonellis, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
B4 Evaluation of a new Development of sorptive coated Air-to-Air Heat Exchanger for Dehumidifi cation Purposes - Alexander Morgenstern, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany
B5 Boost in Power Density of Adsorbers by zeolite coated Metal Fibres - Ursula Wittstadt, Fraunhofer-Instiut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany
B6 Development of a new 2.5kW Adsorption Chiller for heat driven Cooling - Ernst-Jan Bakker, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands, Petten, The Netherlands
B7 Solar Cooling in Residential, Small Scale Commercial and Industrial Applications with Adsorption Technology - Katrin Spanka, SorTech AG, Halle (Saale), Germany
B8 Development of a 5 kW Absorption Chiller for Solar Cooling Installations - Mathias Safarik, Institut für Luft- u. Kältetechnik, Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Dresden, Germany
B9 Feasibility of air-cooled LiBr/water Solar Air-Conditioning in hot arid Climate Regions - Z. Sayadi, University of Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia
B10 Performance optimization of a water-cooled single-effect LiBr/ water Absorption Machine - José Daniel Marcos, UNED, Madrid, Spain
B11 Feasibility Study of alternative Absorption Heat Pump Processes - Oleksandr Kotenko, Technical University of Graz, Graz, Austria
B12 Thermally Driven metal hydride Cooling Systems: Experimental and Numerical Results of a 400W Cooling System - Jorge Paya, Valencia, Spain
B14 Comparison of Silica Gel and Zeolite Desiccant Wheel Performance - Stephen White, CSIRO, Newcastle, NSW, Australia
B15 Experimental Evaluation of Heat Transfer in a Horizontal Tube Falling Film Generator of NH3-LiNO3 Absorption Cooling System - José Vidal Herrera, Centro de Investrigación en Energía Universidad, Nacional Autónoma de México, Temixco, Morelos, Mexico
B16 Statik Analysis of a Solar Powered Liquid Absorption Chiller - Jean Castaing-Lasvignottes, Laboratoire de Thermique, Energétique et Procédés; Pau, France

INDUSTRY FORUM

Introduction Green Chillers - Uli Jakob, Berlin, Germany

Climatewell® - Olof Hallstrom, Climatewell, Stockholm, Sweden

Low Capacity Absorption Chillers for Solar Cooling Applications - Gregor Weidner, EAW Energieanlagenbau GmbH, Westenfeld, Germany

Solar Cooling in Residential, Small Scale Commercial and Industrial Applications with Adsorption Technology - Walter Oblin, SorTech AG, Halle (Saale), Germany

Sun Power System: Solar Cooling Compact Package System - Gerard Llurens, Sun Power Systems, France

MIRROXX FRESNEL Process Heat Collectors for Solar Cooling and Industrial Applications - Christian Zahler, Mirroxx GmbH, Freiburg, Germany

Modelling and Analyzing Solar Cooling Systems in Polysun - Seyed Hossein Rezaei, Velasolaris AG, Switzerland

Solar Cooling Application in Valle Susa Italy - Sufi a Jung, OLYMP ITALIA SRL, Bruino TO, Italy

SYSTEM DESIGN: DESIGN TOOLS, SIMULATION, ENGINEERING

Virtual Case Study on small Solar Cooling Systems within the SolarCombi+ Project - Edo Wiemken, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany

Design of Solar Cooling Plants under Uncertainty - Fernando Dominguez-Muñoz, University of Malaga, Malaga, Spain

Fast Pre-Design of Systems using Solar Thermally Driven Chillers - Hans-Martin Henning, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany

Design of a high fraction Solar Heating and Cooling plant in southrern European country - Ignasi Gurruchaga, AIGUASOL Engineering, Barcelona, Spain

Optimisation Potential of a large Solar Adsorption Cooling Plant - Antoine Dalibard, zafh.net Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

Planning, Commissioning and Practical Experience with first Summer of Operation of a cost effective Solar Air Conditioning System for a Canteen at Munich Airport - Carsten Hindenburg, Hindenburg Consulting, Anwil, Switzerland

PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE: OPERATION MAINTENANCE, ENERGY PERFORMANCE, COST PERFORMANCE

Energy and Economic Performance of Solar Cooling Systems - Ursula Eicker, Fachhochschule Stuttgart Hochschule für Technik, Stuttgart, Germany

Solar Driven Adsorption Chiller controlled by hot and cooling Water Temperature - Jan Albers, TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Comparative Results of monitored Solar Assisted Heating and Cooling Installations - Wolfram Sparber, EURAC, Bolzano, Italy

Heating and Cooling with a small Scale Solar Driven Adsorption Chiller combined with a small scale Solar Driven Adsorption Chiller combined with a Borehole System - Recent Results - Tomas Núñez, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany

Solar Heating and Cooling - Town Hall Gleisdorf - Alexander Thür, AEE INTEC, Gleisdorf, Austria

Monitoring of a Solar Desiccant Cooling System operating in Palermo (Italy). Results and Validation of Simulation Models - Marco Beccali, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Palermo, Italy

POSTER SESSION

C: SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY
C1 Performance of a Solar Heating and Cooling System with Absorption Chiller and Latent Heat Storage - Christian Schweigler, ZAE Bayern - Bayer. Zentrum für Angewandte Energieforschung e.V., Garching, Germany
C2 Vacuum ice storage as a novel concept of energy storage in solar cooling systems - Mathias Safarik, Institut für Luft- u. Kältetechnik Gemeinnützige Gesellschaft mbH, Dresden, Germany
C3 Experimental Analysis of Sorption Chillers in Transient and Steady Conditions Supported by TRNSYS Simulations - Patrizia Melograno, EURAC Research, Bolzano, Italy
C4 RefleC - A new Collector for Solar Cooling Applications with Operating Temperatures up to 150°C - Stefan Heß, Fraunhofer Institut für Solare Energiesysteme ISE, Freiburg (Brsg.), Germany
C5 The Application of a novel Solar Refrigeration Concept in the Food and Agro Industry: System's Concept and Optimization - Osama Ayadi, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy
C6 First Demonstration of Solar & District Heat Driven Adsorption Heat Pump in Combination with Underground Thermal Energy Storage in Denmark - Reto Michael Hummelshøj, COWI A/S, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark
C7 Feasibility of air-cooled LiBr/water Solar Air-Conditioning in hot arid Climate Regions - Ahmed Bellagi, University of Monastir, Monastir, Tunisia
C8 Optimisation of Geometrical Parameters of a Solar Bubble Pump integrated in the Collector - Slimane Gabsi, Institut Supérieur de Biotechnologie Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs GABES, SFAX, Tunisia
C9 The Influence of Diffusion Absorption Refrigeration Cycle Configuration on the Performance - Slimane Gabsi, Institut Supérieur de Biotechnologie Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs GABES, SFAX, Tunisia

D: SOLAR COOLING APPLICATION
D1 An Experimental Solar Cooling Plant with a small size Absorption Chiller - Francesco Asdrubali, Università degli Studi di Perugia, Perugia, Italy
D2 Experimental Evaluation of a Novel Liquid Desiccant Dehumidifi erfor Industrial and Comfort Air Conditioning Systems - Mustafa Jaradat, Kassel University, Kassel, Germany
D3 Solar-assisted Desiccant Systems in hot and humid Climates: Limitations and Solutions - Gianpiero Evola, University of Catania, Catania, Italy
D4 Applications of Solar cooling Technologies in Buildings in Latvia (North-Eastern Europe) Climate Conditions. Feasibility and Attractiveness. - Dzintars Jaunzems, Riga Technical university, Riga, Latvia
D5 Energy Performance of Solar Collectors that Supply a Simple Effect Absorption Chiller with Cold Storage made in PCM - Roberto Bruno, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende (CS), Italy
D6 Design of the Lay-Out of a PTC Solar Field for a SHC Plant at the Misericordia of Badia a Ripoli: A Method for the Optimization of the Energy Collection - Christian Paolo Mengoni, Department of Energy Engineering, "S.Stecco" University of Florence, Florence, Italy
D7 Solar Cooling Opportunities on Fruit and Dairy Farms - Sonja Ott, Sustainability Victoria, Melbourne , Australia
D8 Solar Cooling: Study on the Technical-Economic Feasibility of a Plant in a Hotel - Angelo Milone, DREAM, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy

E: PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE
E1 Small-scale One Stage LIBr-H2O Absorption Chiller with Identical Design of Desorber and Absorber - Jiri Pospisil, Brno University of Technology, Brno, Czech Republic
E2 Solar Air-Conditioning in the German Solarthermie 2000plus Programme: Installed Plants and fi rst Monitoring Results - Edo Wiemken, Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme, ISE, Freiburg, Germany
E3 Field Report of a solar assisted Air Conditioning System in an Offi ce Building located in Upper Austria - Hilbert Focke, ASIC - Austria Solar Innovation Center, Wels, Austria
E4 Demonstration and Field Test of a Solar Air Condition System with an Absorption Chiller operated with either or both Solar Thermal Energy / Fuel Gas for Commercial Buildings - Naoki Onda, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd, TOKYO, Japan
E5 Solar Absorption Cooling Plant in Seville - Pablo Bermejo, Seville, Spain
E6 In-Situ Measurements, Simulation and System Optimisation of a Solar-Driven DEC-System in an Industrial Environment - Christoph Trinkl, Hochschule Ingolstadt, Ingolstadt, Germany
E7 Experience Report on two different solar driven Air-Conditioning Systems in Vienna/ Austria based on Monitoring Data Summer 2009' - Tim Selke, arsenal research GmbH, Vienna, Austria
E8 Design and Setup of a small Solar Combi + Demonstration Plant in a Passive House - Francesco Besana, Eurac research Università degli studi di Bergamo, Bozen, Italy
E9 Results of DEC Unit Assisted by Solar Energy in Lisbon - Joao Farinha Mendes, INETI, Lisbon, Portugal
E10 Large-Scale Solar Cooling Plants in America, Asia and Europe - Christian Holter, S.O.L.I.D. GmbH, Graz, Austria

COMPONENTS: HEAT DRIVEN WATER CHILLERS, HEAT DRIVEN OPEN CYCLES

The Application of a Liquid-Desiccant Air Conditioner to Solar Cooling - Andrew Lowenstein, AIL Research, Princeton, United States of America

A compact solid Adsorption Chiller for Solar Air Conditioning - Robert Critoph, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom

Development of a Two-Stage Absorption Chiller for Solar-Assisted Cooling and Heating - Christian Schweigler, ZAE Bayern - Bayer. Zentrum für Angewandte Energieforschung e.V., Garching, Germany

Ionic liquids - a promising Solution for Solar Absorption Chillers? - Annett Kühn, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany

Parabolic trough Collector Design and Optimization for high temperature lift Solar Cooling - Marcello Aprile, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy

R&D Programme for getting Adsorbents effective for Solar Air Conditioning - Yury Aristov , Novosibirsk, Russia

SOLAR COOLING APPLICATIONS

An Energy Effi cient Solar Driven Two-Stage Rotary Desiccant Cooling System: Experiment and Case Study - Yanjun Dai, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China

Performance of a fl at Plate Collector-Regenerator that uses an Earth-Air Heat Exchanger for Regeneration of Water-Lithium Chloride Solution in a Solar Cooling Plant - Roberto Bruno, University of Calabria, Arcavacata di Rende (CS), Italy

350 KW of dual solar Cooling for optimal Flexibility and Economic Performance - Roel De Coninck, 3E, Brussels, Belgium

Global Performance of a Solar Absorption Cooling Plant coupled with a conventional Vapour Compression Refrigeration System - Pilar Monsalvete, Seville, Spain


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