Basic boiler controls

The templates consist of various basic control strategies for boilers.

Boiler - Constant temperature

The boiler in this example is set with a constant boiler temperature of 75°C. An ideal boiler is used, which means the supply temperature is exactly 75°C. More information about boilers can be found in https://hysopt.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HRM/pages/22183973/Boilers.

Boiler - Heating curve

The boiler in this example is set with a heating curve, which can be altered by the user. More information on boilers and heating curves can be found in https://hysopt.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HRM/pages/22183973/Boilers and https://hysopt.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HRM/pages/52985860/Generators.

Boiler - Demand controlled

The boiler in this example is set with the maximum temperature required in the system. For instance if the heating curve of the first branch has a setpoint of 70°C, the second branch a setpoint of 74°C and the domestic hot water storage tank a setpoint of 72°C, the boiler temperature will be 74°C. This way the boiler temperature won’t be higher than the maximum required temperature.

More information on boilers and heating curves can be found in https://hysopt.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HRM/pages/22183973/Boilers and https://hysopt.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/HRM/pages/52985860/Generators.