Use of Twin Wells and Water-Source Heat Pumps for Energy Conservation in Louisiana
Kazmann, Raphael G.; Office of Water Research and Technology, Washington, DC
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Thermal Impact on Municipal Water Mains When Used as Heat Sink or Source for Residential Heat Pumps
American Water Works Association
The Study of CO~2 Transcritical Cycle Water Source Heat Pump and The Analysis of The Application
International Energy Agency
The Influence of Height Above Sea Level on the COP of Air-Source Heat Pumps Used for Water Heating
Meyer, J. P.; Greyvenstein, G. P.
The Big Challenge of Ground Source Heat Pumps (GSHPs) Application in China
Li Ming,; Gao Qing,; Jiang Yan,
Suitability of air-source heat pumps for water heating on Irish dairy farms
Upton, J.; Murphy, M.; O Mahony, M.J.
Research of the Air Source Heat Pump And the Water System
RATING WATER-SOURCE HEAT PUMPS USING ARI STANDARD 320 AND ISO 13256-1
Payne, W. V.; Domanski, P. A.
Prospects for employing heat pumps in the Republic of Belarus
Proposed Methodology for Rating Air-Source Heat Pumps That Heat, Cool, and Provide Domestic Water Heating
Dougherty, B. P.; Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, CA
Performance of Domestic Hot Water Supply and Heating by Waste Heat from Hot Spring
Jinhua Chen,; Shuxia Wu,; Baizhan Li,
Performance evaluation of a water-to-water heat pump with a floor panel heating system
Ko, Cheol-Soo; Lee, Sang-Hyeok; Kim, Yongchan
Moderately high temperature water source heat-pumps using a near-azeotropic refrigerant mixture
Nanxi, L.; Shi, L.; Lizhong, H.
Method of Testing, Rating and Estimating the Seasonal Performane of Ground-Water-Source Heat Pumps
Mulroy, William J.; Department of Energy, Washington, DC
Installing a Geothermal Heating and Cooling System Ground-source heat pumps rely on buried water loops to heat and cool efficiently and economically
Evangelist, W. J.
Heat pumps as a source of heat energy for desalination of seawater
Slesarenko, V. V.
Ground Source Heat Pumps: State of the Industry
Ground - Water Temperature of the Wyoming Quadrangle in Central Delaware, with Application to Ground-Water-Source Heat Pumps
Hodges, Jr, A. L.; Geological Survey, Dover, DE. Water Resources Div
Geothermal Energy Usage for Water Source Heat Pumps in Rural Areas
Okushima, L.; Yoshida, H.; Moriyama, H.
First EC/ISOE Workshop on Occupational Exposure Management at Nuclear Power Plants, Malmø, 16-18 September 1998
Energy Saving of Water Source Heat Pump System Using Aquifer Geothermal Hot Water to be Auxiliary Heat Source
Econo-Pilot HSP Energy-saving System for Heat Source Water Pumps - Reducing Electricity Consumption and CO~2 Emission in the Pump -
Onishi, T.; Miura, H.; Kobayashi, S.
Development of High Efficient Heat Pump System Using The Heat Source of Exhaust Water
Development and Verification of a Thermal Model of Lakes Used with Water Source Heat Pumps
Pezent, M. C.; Kavanaugh, S. P.; American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Development and Analysis of the Mathematic Model of Optimal Balance Point for the Air Source Heat Pump Water Chiller/Heater
Design of Intake Works of Water-source Heat Pumps for Building Air-conditioning System
Comparison of Rating Water-Source Heat Pumps Using ARI Standard 320 and ISO Standard 132-56-1
Payne, W. V.; Domanski, P. A.; National Inst. of Standards and Technology (BFRL), Gaithersburg, MD
Application of High-temperature Water-source Heat Pumps to Natural Gas Processing
Wang, W.; Jing, A.-N.; Wang, X.-y.
An indirect evaporative chiller
Xie, Xiaoyun; Jiang, Yi
A new ARI/ISO standard for water- and brine-source heat pumps
A Comprehensive Examination of the Energy Requirements, Costs, and Environmental and Legal Implications of Expanded Use of Ground Water Source Heat Pumps
New York State Energy Research and Development Authority, New York
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