Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings

Hicham Johra, Konstantin Filonenko, Per Heiselberg, Christian T. Veje, Stefano Dall'olio, Kurt Engelbrecht, Christian R. H. Bahl

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Abstract

The main objective of the ENOVHEAT project is to develop, build and test the prototype of an innovative and efficient heat pump system based on the active magnetic regenerator technology and to demonstrate that it can be used for building space heating applications. With a maximum COP of 3.93 and a nominal useful heating power output of 2600 W, the ENOVHEAT Gadolinium magnetocaloric heat pump can be integrated into a low-energy house with a vertical borehole ground source heat exchanger and a radiant under-floor heating system within a single hydronic loop. It is able to provide for the dwelling’s space heating needs under Danish winter conditions. Moreover, a control strategy for heat energy storage in the indoor environment can be employed to optimize the MCHP operation and reach seasonal COPs of up to 3.51. However, the layered La(Fe,Mn,Si)13Hy prototype is currently not suitable for such application.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII)
PublisherInternational Institute of Refrigeration
Publication date2018
Pages21-26
ISBN (Electronic)9782362150289
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018
EventThermag VIII - International Conference on Caloric Cooling (2018) - Darmstadt, Germany
Duration: 16 Sep 201820 Sep 2018
http://thermag2018.de/frontend/index.php?folder_id=783

Conference

ConferenceThermag VIII - International Conference on Caloric Cooling (2018)
CountryGermany
CityDarmstadt
Period16/09/201820/09/2018
Internet address
SeriesInstitut International du Froid. Bulletin
ISSN0020-6970

Keywords

  • Magnetocaloric heat pump
  • Magnetic heating
  • Active magnetic regenerator
  • Innovative heating system
  • Building heating energy flexibility controller

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Johra, H., Filonenko, K., Heiselberg, P., Veje, C. T., Dall'olio, S., Engelbrecht, K., & Bahl, C. R. H. (2018). Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings. In 8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII) (pp. 21-26). International Institute of Refrigeration. Institut International du Froid. Bulletin https://doi.org/10.18462/iir.thermag.2018.0002
Johra, Hicham ; Filonenko, Konstantin ; Heiselberg, Per ; Veje, Christian T. ; Dall'olio, Stefano ; Engelbrecht, Kurt ; Bahl, Christian R. H. / Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings. 8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII). International Institute of Refrigeration, 2018. pp. 21-26 (Institut International du Froid. Bulletin).
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Johra, H, Filonenko, K, Heiselberg, P, Veje, CT, Dall'olio, S, Engelbrecht, K & Bahl, CRH 2018, Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings. in 8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII). International Institute of Refrigeration, Institut International du Froid. Bulletin, pp. 21-26, Thermag VIII - International Conference on Caloric Cooling (2018), Darmstadt, Germany, 16/09/2018. https://doi.org/10.18462/iir.thermag.2018.0002

Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings. / Johra, Hicham; Filonenko, Konstantin; Heiselberg, Per; Veje, Christian T.; Dall'olio, Stefano; Engelbrecht, Kurt; Bahl, Christian R. H.

8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII). International Institute of Refrigeration, 2018. p. 21-26 (Institut International du Froid. Bulletin).

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Johra H, Filonenko K, Heiselberg P, Veje CT, Dall'olio S, Engelbrecht K et al. Active magnetic regenerators implemented as a magnetocaloric heat pump for residential buildings. In 8th International Conference on Caloric Cooling (Thermag VIII). International Institute of Refrigeration. 2018. p. 21-26. (Institut International du Froid. Bulletin). https://doi.org/10.18462/iir.thermag.2018.0002