A Dynamic Computer-Aided Engineering Model for Automobile Climate Control System Simulation and Application Part I: A/C Component Simulations and Integration 1999-01-1195
This paper details the computer algorithm which was developed to determine the A/C refrigeration circuit balance point under the system transient operating conditions. The A/C circuit model consisting of major component submodels, such as the evaporator, compressor, condenser, orifice, air handling system, and connecting hoses, are included in the study. Pressure drop and thermal capacity for the evaporator, condenser, and connecting ducts/hoses are also considered in the simulation. The results obtained from the simulation model are in good agreement with the experimental data. Users can take advantage of this CAE tool to optimize the A/C system design and to minimize the development process with time-saving and cost-effective perspectives.
Citation: Huang, D., Oker, E., Yang, S., and Arici, O., "A Dynamic Computer-Aided Engineering Model for Automobile Climate Control System Simulation and Application Part I: A/C Component Simulations and Integration," SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-1195, 1999, https://doi.org/10.4271/1999-01-1195. Download Citation
D.C. Huang, E. Oker, S.L. Yang, O. Arici
Visteon Climate Control Systems Division, Michigan Technological Univ.