Reduction of electrical load for air conditioning by electronically controlled geothermal energy

@article{Nardin2013ReductionOE,
  title={Reduction of electrical load for air conditioning by electronically controlled geothermal energy},
  author={Carlos Roberto De Nardin and F. T. Fernandes and Alessandra Gouvea Longo and Sidney Cunha and L. P. Lima and Felix Alberto Farret and Ettore Ferranti},
  journal={IECON 2013 - 39th Annual Conference of the IEEE Industrial Electronics Society},
  year={2013},
  pages={1850-1855}
}
This paper describes the design steps of a geothermal system for air conditioning to reduce electricity consumption in residential and small business ambient. To do that it is used surface geothermal energy as one of the heating sources. The geothermal surface is renewable, clean, universal, silent and odorless relying on the circulation of a refrigerant within a pipe hose buried with the aid of a very small size pump, so that the earth absorbs heat in the summer and supplies it to the rooms in… CONTINUE READING

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