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Author Moldovan, Raluca P.
Source CiteSeerX
Content type Text
File Format PDF
Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Energy Consumption ♦ Canadian Well System Analysis ♦ Dynamic System ♦ Fifth Part ♦ Energetic Policy ♦ Rezumat Lucrarea Este Mp ♦ Significant Energy Consumption ♦ Energy Performance ♦ Un Aport ♦ Condi Iile ♦ Shallow Thermal Potential ♦ Various Parameter ♦ Considerable Input ♦ Cl Dirilor ♦ Mathematic Model ♦ Canadian Well ♦ Earth Air Heat Exchanger ♦ Prima Parte Este Eviden Iat ♦ Cre Terii Performan ♦ Fourth Part ♦ Second Section ♦ Third Section ♦ Passive House Standard ♦ Green House Effect Emission
Abstract The paper is divided into five parts. In the first the importance of increasing the energy performance of buildings is set into evidence under the circumstances in which the buildings are responsible for a considerable input as considering both energy consumption and green house effects emissions. In view of meeting the objectives of energetic policies the emphasis will be set on the passive house standards and its advantages as significant energy consumption is concerned. In the second section the paper presents the system of exploiting the shallow thermal potential of earth, by using earth – air heat exchangers also known as Canadian wells. In the third section, the mathematic model is presented that is laying at the basis of Canadian wells systems analysis, in dynamic system with simulating soft. In the fourth part the results of Canadian wells system analysis are presented and in the fifth part the paper comes up with the conclusions referring to the influences of various parameters upon improving the performances of these systems. Rezumat Lucrarea este împărțită în cinci părți. În prima parte este evidențiată importanța creșterii performanței energetice a clădirilor, în condițiile în care clădirile sunt răspunzătoare de un aport
Educational Role Student ♦ Teacher
Age Range above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Publisher Date 2012-01-01