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The proposed algorithm was initially tested in the TFCL by introducing the five faults individually to a 3-ton split air conditioning system.
Condenser fouling, refrigerant undercharge, and refrigerant overcharge faults were introduced in the same way as for the tests in the TFCL. However, instead of simulating evaporator fouling by covering the evaporator coils with paper like was done at the TFCL, at ESL the fault was simulated by changing the speed of the evaporator fan.
The fouling faults were again only picked up at higher levels (condenser fouling at 60% and evaporator filter fouling at 36% in the case of FXO valve), but like in the TFCL tests, the tool could pick up charge-related faults at lower levels (8 to 9% for overcharge and 24 to 26% for undercharge).