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Experimental Thermal Performance Analysis of an Underground Heat Exchanger System for Summer Cooling & Winter Heating

Research Area: Volume 7 Issue 1 Year: 2018
Type of Publication: Article Keywords: Earth Heat Exchanger, Cooling Heating, HVAC, Solar Energy
Authors:
  • Priyank P Gohil
  • Rajeev Arya
  • Nilesh Diwakar
Journal: IJMER Volume: 7
Number: 1 Pages: 28-35
Month: JAN-JUNE
ISSN: 2277-8128
Abstract:
Conservation of energy is one of the most significant global challenges in now a day. The energy crisis of the mid 1970s dealt a harsh blow to developing countries including India. The most energy beneficial outcomes of crisis are that it stimulated interested in the diversification of energy sources and renewable energy. First of all focus on the producing electricity with higher efficiency. Old power plants are more rapid phased out and replaced by new, more efficient plant. Secondly, the attention is drawn on energy use. More efficient use of energy not only reduced the consumption of electricity, however additionally lowers the consumption of primary energy source. Building residential or commercial mainly use energy to obtained comfort for their inhabitants. This comfort is visual, ergonomic, however chiefly thermal. In order to reduce energy consumption of building, several passive techniques are nowadays introduced in HVAC installations. In several cases solar energy is directly or indirectly used to supply heat or electrical energy. Additional techniques are based on recuperating heat or even ‘cold’. In most cases several passive measure are combined. Earth as a heat supply and warmth sink may be a well studied topic. Victimization the world as an element of the energy system or earth tempering will be accomplished through 3 primary methods: direct, indirect and isolated. Within the direct system, the building envelope is in touch with the world, and physical phenomenon through the building parts regulates the complete temperature.
Full text: IJMER703.pdf

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