12-07-2019, 09:30 PM

I think you already know how you can have both daynight and seasonal operation: By defining the storage to be of type STS, no? At least I have seen you using STS storage in your model...

And I think we already discussed the case of DAYNITE storage. As mentioned before, for a DAYNITE storage, you can define NCAP_AF in addition to NCAP_AFC(ANNUAL) for defining the maximum storage level in proportion to the nominal max. output in one day.

So, to repeat, if you have specified NCAP_AFC(ANNUAL), and if the process timeslice level (PRC_TSL) is DAYNITE, NCAP_AF=60 would mean limiting the storage level to at most 60 times the nominal maximum daily output according to the capacity, so to 60 days' storage (in terms of nominal maximum output).

And I think we already discussed the case of DAYNITE storage. As mentioned before, for a DAYNITE storage, you can define NCAP_AF in addition to NCAP_AFC(ANNUAL) for defining the maximum storage level in proportion to the nominal max. output in one day.

So, to repeat, if you have specified NCAP_AFC(ANNUAL), and if the process timeslice level (PRC_TSL) is DAYNITE, NCAP_AF=60 would mean limiting the storage level to at most 60 times the nominal maximum daily output according to the capacity, so to 60 days' storage (in terms of nominal maximum output).