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This part concerns the modelling work that we realized during the project. It was organised in two parts with two different aspects and objectives.

First, a static model has been developed with the software EES in order to understand the specificities of the CO2 thermodynamic cycle and the influence of the critical parameters over the COP.

Secondly, it would have been interesting to model dynamically the model in real conditions of operation. It was suggested initially that a model of the CO2 heat pump could have been implemented in Esp-R, the simulation software developed by the University of Strathclyde. A study of the COP and the defrost cycles have been made in order to prepare a future implementation in Esp-R.

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