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# Chilled Water Systems

In a chilled water system the water is cooled down to 40 - 45 o F (4 - 7 o C) by an centralized evaporator, distributed throughout the building in pipes and connected locally to air condition cooling units wherever needed.

### Total Heat Removed

The total heat removed by an air condition chilled-water system can be calculated

h = 500 q dt                                                           (1)

where

h = total heat removed (Btu/h)

q = water flow rate (gal/min)

dt = temperature difference ( o F)

### Evaporator Flow Rate

The evaporator water flow rate can be calculated

q e = h tons 24 / dt                                                       (2)

where

q e = evaporator water flow rate (gal/min)

h tons = air condition cooling load ( tons )

### Condenser Flow Rate

The condenser water flow rate:

q c = h tons 30 / dt                                                   (3)

where

q c = condenser water flow rate (gal/min)

h tons = air condition cooling load , chiller tonnage ( tons )

## Related Topics

### • Air Conditioning

Air Conditioning systems - heating, cooling and dehumidification of indoor air for thermal comfort.

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### Water Evaporator and Condenser Equations

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