Ground Source Heat Pumps - Volume 1 Number 3 (July 2013) - JOCET
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JOCET 2013 Vol. 1(3): 216-219 ISSN: 1793-821X
DOI: 10.7763/JOCET.2013.V1.49

Ground Source Heat Pumps

Lale Valizade
Abstract—A heat pump is a device that is able to transfer heat from one fluid at a lower temperature to another at a higher temperature. Ground source heat pumps are generally classified by the type of ground loop. The coefficient of performance (COP) is used to define the heating performance of heat pumps. Both the COP and EER values are valid only at the specific test conditions used in the rating. A ground source pump could reach 450%, compared with an efficient gas boiler of 90% obviously this is a big difference. The cost of equipment, material and installation can be expensive, depending on the type of heat pump installation planned.

Index Terms—Heat Pump, ground source heat pumps, COP, air source heat pumps.

Lale Valizade is with Solid State Physics from the University of Tabriz (e-mail: l.valizade@gmail.com).

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Cite:Lale Valizade, "Ground Source Heat Pumps," Journal of Clean Energy Technologies vol. 1, no. 3, pp. 216-219, 2013.

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