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A preliminary assessment of the effects of groundwater flow on closed-loop ground source heat pump systems
A preliminary study has been made of the effects of groundwater flow on the heat transfer characteristics of vertical closed-loop heat exchangers and the ability of current design and in-situ thermalExpand
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ASSESSMENT OF TEMPERATURE FLUCTUATIONS IN ASPHALT PAVEMENTS DUE TO THERMAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS USING A TWO-DIMENSIONAL TRANSIENT FINITE DIFFERENCE APPROACH
A transient, two-dimensional finite-difference model is developed to assess temperature fluctuations in asphalt pavements due to thermal environmental conditions. Fluctuations in temperaturesExpand
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A survey of standing column well installations in North America
Groundwater heat pump systems using standing column wells as their ground heat exchanger can be used as a highly efficient source of heating and cooling in residential and commercial buildings. ThisExpand
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Paleomagnetism of the Callander Complex and the Cambrian apparent polar wander path for North America
The 7 km2 circular Callander alkaline complex was emplaced into anorthositic and granitic gneisses of the Grenville Province in the Canadian Shield about 575 ± 5 Ma ago at the start of the Cambrian.Expand
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A Model for Simulating the Performance of a Pavement Heating System as a Supplemental Heat Rejecter With Closed-Loop Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems
The thermal loads of commercial and institutional buildings are generally cooling-dominated. When such buildings use ground source heat pump systems (GSHP) they reject more heat to the ground-loopExpand
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A Model for Simulating the Performance of a Shallow Pond as a Supplemental Heat Rejecter with Closed-Loop Ground-Source Heat Pump Systems
Commercial buildings and institutions are generally cooling-dominated and therefore reject more heat to a groundloop heat exchanger than they extract over the annual cycle. This paper describes theExpand
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Modeling Horizontal Ground Heat Exchangers in Geothermal Heat Pump Systems
Calculation of the design length of buried horizontal ground heat exchangers (GHXs) as used in geothermal heat pumps systems typically relies on the use of empirical data or quasi-analyticalExpand
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Modeling Approach to Design of a Ground-Source Heat Pump Bridge Deck Heating System
The approach taken to design a hydronic snow-melting system for a bridge deck on an Interstate highway in Oklahoma is described. A vertical borehole, closed-loop ground-source heat pump system is toExpand
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