An Introduction to Thermogeology: Ground Source Heating and Cooling / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
This authoritative guide provides a basis for understanding the emerging technology of ground source heat pumps. It equips engineers, architects, planners, regulators and geologists with the fundamental skills needed to manipulate the ground’s huge capacity to store, supply and receive heat, and to implement technologies (such as heat pumps) to exploit that capacity for space heating and cooling.
The author has geared the book towards understanding ground source heating and cooling from the ground side (the geological aspects), rather than solely the building aspects.
An Introduction to Thermogeology: Ground Source Heating & Cooling explains the science behind thermogeology and offers practical guidance on different design options.
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About the Author
David Banks is one of the Britain’s leading hydrogeologists and is a key player in promoting ground source heat technology in the UK. He has over 20 years experience from consultancy, the public sector, academia and commercial training . He runs Holymoor Consultancy and is Senior Research Associate in Thermogeology at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Table of Contents
About the Author .
- An Introduction
- Geothermal Energy
- The Subsurface as a Heat Storage Reservoir
- What is a Heat Pump?
- Heat Pumps and Thermogeology: A Brief History and International Perspective
- Options and Applications for Ground Source Heat Pumps
- The Design of Groundwater-based Open Loop Systems
- Horizontal Closed Loop Systems
- Pond and Lake-Based Ground Source Heat Systems
- Subsurface Heat Conduction and The Design of Borehole-Based Closed Loop Systems
- Standing Column Wells
- Thermal Response Testing
- Environmental Impact, Regulation and Subsidy
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