By Marc A. Rosen, Seama Koohi-Fayegh
Comprehensively covers geothermal strength platforms that make the most of flooring strength at the side of warmth pumps to supply sustainable heating and cooling
The booklet describes geothermal power structures that make the most of floor strength along side warmth pumps and comparable applied sciences to supply heating and cooling. additionally mentioned are tips on how to version and investigate such structures, in addition to skill to figure out power environmental affects of geothermal power structures and their thermal interplay. The booklet offers the main up to date info within the region. It presents fabric on a number of subject matters, from thermodynamic thoughts to extra complicated discussions of the renewability and sustainability of geothermal strength structures. a number of functions of such platforms also are provided.
Geothermal power: Sustainable Heating and Cooling utilizing the floor takes a study oriented method of offer assurance of the state-of-the-art and rising traits, and contains a number of illustrative examples and case stories. thought and research are emphasised all through, with special descriptions of versions to be had for vertical and horizontal geothermal warmth exchangers.
- Explains geothermal power structures that make the most of flooring strength along with warmth pumps to supply heating and cooling, in addition to comparable applied sciences equivalent to thermal power storage.
- Describes and discusses the way to version and research geothermal power platforms, and to figure out their power environmental affects and thermal interactions.
- Covers a variety of purposes of geothermal power systems.
- Takes a examine oriented method of offer assurance of the cutting-edge and rising trends.
- Includes various illustrative examples and case studies.
The booklet is essential for researchers and practitioners operating in geothermal strength, in addition to graduate and complex undergraduate scholars in departments of mechanical, civil, chemical, power, environmental, technique and business engineering.