THE THERMO-PHYSICAL SIMULATION OF AN AIR-EARTH HEAT EXCHANGER FOR HEAT SUPPLYING OF THE DOUBLE SKIN FA?ADE WALL SYSTEM OF ENERGY-EFFICIENT BUILDING
The possibility of energy extraction from soil for heat supplying of energy-efficient building is considered at this article. The numerical simulation of an air-earth heat exchanger which lies at relatively shallow depths is represented. In conclusion it was obtained that air-earth heat exchangers might increase or decrease air temperature to minimize energy consumption of energy-efficient buildings.
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