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Data on the construction of a mathematical model to find the optimum configuration of a heat exchanger in an indirect heating collector storage solar water heating system.

University of Southern Queensland
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University of Southern Queensland/ Toowoomba, Qld 4350, Australia

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ANSYS 13.0-Fluent software was used to solve the mathematical model to help find the optimum configuration of a heat exchanger in an indirect heating integrated collector storage solar water heating system. Two different configurations were investigated, one with double row heat exchanger and one with single row. The two configurations were modeled using two different service water flow rates and two pipe diameters. The single row heat exchanger with the larger pipe diameter needed the lowest power to run with reasonable outlet temperature.

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Data time period: 01 06 2010 to

151.937829,-27.590386 151.907686,-27.590386 151.907686,-27.620951 151.937829,-27.620951 151.937829,-27.590386

151.9227575,-27.6056685

159.105459,-9.221084 112.921454,-9.221084 112.921454,-54.777218 159.105459,-54.777218 159.105459,-9.221084

136.0134565,-31.999151

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