Chilled water storage in Western Australia

William P. Bahnfleth, Graeme R. McLeod, Steven L. Bowins

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Abstract

Chilled water storage has been in use in Western Australia for more than a decade and is recognized there as a valuable complement to chilled water systems serving campuses and other large loads. Factors affecting the application of thermal storage in Western Australia are discussed. Characteristics of four chilled water systems in or near Perth, the capital city, are described. Comparisons are drawn between conditions and practices in Australia and the United States. The success of chilled water storage projects in Western Australia without demand-side management incentives demonstrates its intrinsic benefits when appropriately applied.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)617-625
Number of pages9
JournalASHRAE Transactions
Volume109 PART 1
StatePublished - Jul 23 2003
EventTechnical and Symposium Papers Presented At the 2003 Winter Meeting of The ASHRAE - Chicago, IL, United States
Duration: Jan 26 2003Jan 29 2003

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Water
Hot Temperature
Demand side management

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Building and Construction
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Bahnfleth, W. P., McLeod, G. R., & Bowins, S. L. (2003). Chilled water storage in Western Australia. ASHRAE Transactions, 109 PART 1, 617-625.
Bahnfleth, William P. ; McLeod, Graeme R. ; Bowins, Steven L. / Chilled water storage in Western Australia. In: ASHRAE Transactions. 2003 ; Vol. 109 PART 1. pp. 617-625.
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