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Evaluation of ground coupled heat pumps for the state of Wisconsin.
Jonathan J. Giardina
by University of Wisconsin, Madison, Distributed by Wisconsin Center for Demand Side Management
Written in English
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Three Okalhoma Gas and Electric Company demonstration houses in Perkins, Oklahoma, and the HVAC and data acquisition systems are described. The project involves comparison of the performance of a ground-coupled, solar-assisted heat pump system with that of a ground coupled heat pump . David J. Hart. Hydrogeologist. Contact: Phone () | Email @ Research interests. At the WGNHS we strive to conduct science that is useful to the citizens of Wisconsin. We communicate the results of that science to local and state government, private citizens, and other interested parties, such as planning commissions and environmental consultants.
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EVALUATION OF GROUND COUPLED HEAT PUMPS FOR THE STATE OF WISCONSIN by Jonathan J. Giardina A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTERS OF SCIENCE (MECHANICAL ENGINEERING) at the.
Evaluation of Ground Coupled Heat Pumps for the State of Wisconsin. File(s) (Kb) Date Author. Giardina, Jonathan J. Publisher. University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Evaluation of Ground Coupled Heat Pumps for the State of Wisconsin. File(s) (Kb) Date Author. Giardina, Jonathan J. by: 6.
Generic ground coupled heat pump systems (GCHPs) employing vertical and horizontal ground heat exchangers were analyzed to evaluate their performance in a hot, semi-arid climate. A detailed building energy simulation program was used to generate hourly thermal loads for a typical meteorological year.
heat pump efficiency to that of electric resistance heat. A more efficient option for northern climates such as Iowa's, is the ground-coupled. heat pump where consistent, deep ground temperatures of approximately 52 F (Kusuda and. Achenbach,) moderate energy use both summer and : James D. Leary.
Giardina, J., (M.S., ), "Evaluation of Ground Coupled Heat Pumps for the State of Wisconsin" Kirchhoff, J., (M.S., ), "Optimized Combination of a Cooling Pond and Cooling Tower System for Condenser Cooling at a Steam Cycle Power Plant". Heat pump unit The heat pump unit is a reversible ground-to-water scroll hermetic compressor unit with RA as a refrigerant and the nominal heating capacity of kW.
The heat pump unit is a compact type model having an inside refrigeration by: 7. For the GWHP-FAP, the ground water will be firstly used to cool/heat the fresh air in a pre-conditioner, and then enters the condenser/evaporator of heat pump (HP) unit for the secondary utilization.
Thus the low-grade energy stored in the ground water is maximally used, and the energy consumption of the whole HP system and buildings is by: 4. The novel ground source absorption heat pump (GSAHP) is proposed to address the problems. Compared to the conventional GSEHP, the GSAHP extracts less heat from the soil in winter and rejects more heat to the soil in summer, which can Author: Wei Wu, Xianting Li, Tian You.
Evaluation of a discrete-depth heat dissipation test for thermal characterization of the subsurface Author(s) Stephen M. Sellwood Stephen M. Sellwood Petrographic and hydrogeologic investigations for a district-scale ground-coupled heat pump—Ball State University, Indiana. A ground source heat pump system consists of a conventional heat pump coupled with a ground heat exchanger where water or a water-antifreeze mixture exchanges heat with the ground.
Explores fundamentals and state-of-the-art research, including ground-coupled heat pump (GCHP) systems. Includes performance assessment and comparison for different types of GSHP, numerical simulation models, practical applications of GSHPs with details on the renewable energy integration, information on refrigerants, and economic analysis.
A techno-economic comparison of ground-coupled and air-coupled heat pump system for space cooling Article (PDF Available) in Building and Environment 42(5) May with Reads. This chapter mainly presents a detailed theoretical study and experimental investigations of ground-source heat pump (GSHP) technology, concentrating on the ground-coupled heat pump (GCHP) systems.
A general introduction on the GSHPs and its development, and a description of the surface water (SWHP), ground-water (GWHP), and ground-coupled heat pumps are briefly by: 1. This study proposes a solution to the problem of maintaining the performance and sustainability of district-scale, cooling-dominated ground coupled heat pump (GCHP) systems.
These systems tend to overheat because heat dissipates slowly in relation to the size of the by: 2. Heat pumps are a great solution for your home comfort system because they work to provide both heating and cooling.
A split system heat pump keeps homes comfortable all year long. In summer, it runs like an air conditioner and draws heat out of your home to cool it. Floria LJ, Hart D, Tinjum J, CY Choi () Potential impacts to groundwater from ground-coupled geothermal heat pumps in district scale, Groundwater.
Mondaca M, CY Choi () A computational fluid dynamics model of a perforated polyethylene tube ventilation system for dairy operations, Transactions of the ASABE,Geothermal heat pump systems are sometimes referred to as earth coupled, ground source, or water source, but they all refer to the same type of renewable energy.
Equipment is installed by a professional contractor with a valid Wisconsin State professional contractor’s license, appropriate insurance, and permits. Heat exchange drilling (geothermal systems) Heat exchange drilling in Wisconsin requires a license. Geothermal works on the principal of using the earth's natural underground temperature and a geothermal heat pump unit to provide heating in the late fall, winter and early spring and cooling in the late spring, summer and early fall.
Geothermal Energy: An Important Resource Author(s) Petrographic and hydrogeologic investigations for a district-scale ground-coupled heat pump—Ball State University, Indiana. Author(s) University of Wisconsin–Madison, W.
Dayton Street, Madison, WisconsinUSA. Watch how geothermal heat pumps heat and cool buildings by concentrating the naturally existing heat contained within the earth -- a clean, reliable, and renewable source of energy.
Geothermal heat pumps (GHPs), sometimes referred to as GeoExchange, earth-coupled, ground-source, or water-source heat pumps, have been in use since the late s. The objective of this study was to evaluate residential ground-source heat pumps throughout the state of Iowa and use that information to develop educational opportunities for prospective ground-source heat pump owners.
The ground-source heat pumps were evaluated based on performance, efficiency, and economics. The study was limited to.The ground source coupled heat pump is considered as one of the most important technologies utilized in the field of sustainable energy.
The borehole thermal resistance has a great impact on the total thermal resistance between the fluid that flows inside the buried U-tube and ground. This issue is related directly to the heat transfer efficiency of the ground part of the heat pump and the Author: Ali H.
Tarrad.Ground-heat transfer is tightly coupled with soil-moisture transfer. The coupling is threefold: heat is transferred by thermal conduction and by moisture transfer; the thermal properties of soil are strong functions of the moisture content; and moisture phase change includes latent heat effects and changes in thermal and hydraulic by: