Vapor Compression Heat Pumps and District Thermal Energy Networks for efficient Building Heating and Cooling

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Abstract

This chapter presents a case for district heating (and cooling). It demonstrates the benefits of reduced temperatures in district heating networks to reduce losses but also illustrates the need for temperature upgrading where building heating systems require higher temperatures. Thus, a novel heat pump was developed and successfully tested.
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationChina and Europe’s Partnership for a more Sustainable World Challenges and Opportunities
EditorsF Spigarelli, L Curran, A Arteconi
Chapter14
ISBN (Electronic)978-1-78635-331-3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 22 Dec 2016

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Thermal energy
District heating
Vapors
Pumps
Cooling
Heating
Temperature
Hot Temperature

Keywords

  • high temperature heat pump
  • District heating

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Hewitt, N., Huang, Y., Huang, M., & Brandoni, C. (2016). Vapor Compression Heat Pumps and District Thermal Energy Networks for efficient Building Heating and Cooling. In F. Spigarelli, L. Curran, & A. Arteconi (Eds.), China and Europe’s Partnership for a more Sustainable World Challenges and Opportunities https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78635-332-020161011
Hewitt, Neil ; Huang, Y ; Huang, M ; Brandoni, Caterina. / Vapor Compression Heat Pumps and District Thermal Energy Networks for efficient Building Heating and Cooling. China and Europe’s Partnership for a more Sustainable World Challenges and Opportunities. editor / F Spigarelli ; L Curran ; A Arteconi. 2016.
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Vapor Compression Heat Pumps and District Thermal Energy Networks for efficient Building Heating and Cooling. / Hewitt, Neil; Huang, Y; Huang, M; Brandoni, Caterina.

China and Europe’s Partnership for a more Sustainable World Challenges and Opportunities. ed. / F Spigarelli; L Curran; A Arteconi. 2016.

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Hewitt N, Huang Y, Huang M, Brandoni C. Vapor Compression Heat Pumps and District Thermal Energy Networks for efficient Building Heating and Cooling. In Spigarelli F, Curran L, Arteconi A, editors, China and Europe’s Partnership for a more Sustainable World Challenges and Opportunities. 2016 https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78635-332-020161011