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Modeling and System Identification of Residential Air Conditioning Load

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2 Author(s)
Pahwa, Anil ; Department of Electrical Eng. Kansas State University ; Brice, C.W.

A fairly detailed physically-based model of the residential air condit$ oning system is presented. It has been shown that the paramstors of tho model can be identified by making a sequenco of measuremonts of on/off cycles of the air conditioner and the onvironment variables. A scheme to determine aggregate demand of the air conditionors using duty factors is presented. The effect on energy consumption and poak duty fa9tor of change in model parameters is determined. Also, the effect of reduction in the supply voltage is studied using this model and it has been found that the steady state air conditioning load is insonsitivo to voltage reduction.

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Power Apparatus and Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:PAS-104 ,  Issue: 6 )