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eBook Introduction to Heat Pumps epub

by John A. Sumner

eBook Introduction to Heat Pumps epub
  • ISBN: 0904727394
  • Author: John A. Sumner
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prism Press (May 27, 1976)
  • Pages: 55 pages
  • ePUB size: 1114 kb
  • FB2 size 1538 kb
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Heat pumps provide heat energy from a variety of sources, depending on the model, to a heat sink. In other words, they take heat from a cooler environment and release it into a warmer one. Although classed as a renewable heating method, heat pumps tend to use around 1 unit of electricity for every 3-5 units of heat and so are not completely self-sufficient. Their conversion rate is, however, higher than that of radiators.

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How does an air source heat pump work? Heat is extracted from the outside airt and pulled through an evaporator.

In basic terms, they work by absorbing heat from the outside air and transferring it into heat. This hot water can then be utilised to heat hot water, which can in turn be used directly or within wet central heating systems. How does an air source heat pump work? Heat is extracted from the outside airt and pulled through an evaporator. A refrigerant liquid is passed through the system.

Heat pumps have received considerable attention in recent years. Since their introduction in the early 50′s they have undergone considerable development and changes. Improvements to the hardware, modifications and development of new cycles and extensive scientific and technical studies have given significant boost to these devices. Heat pumps have also found a variety of applications from stand-alone systems, to solar assisted heat pump, to waste-heat recovery systems.

A heat pump can be used for space conditioning and water heating applications and is generally considered an energy-efficient technology. However, when evaporator air temperatures are reduced, the efficiency is negatively affected. Solar energy, collected in a low-cost solar air collector, can be used to preheat the inlet air to the heat pump evaporator in cold climates

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