Exergy-based Investigation of Various Heat Pumps for Enhancement of Their Thermodynamic Efficiency

Volodymyr Voloshchuk, Paride Gullo*

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Abstract

The work demonstrates the results of application of the detailed advanced exergetic analysis to air-source, watersource and wastewater-source heat pumps providing space heating in the built environment. Cumulative values based on seasonal exergy destruction are used for deriving conclusions. It is shown that in the specified conditions of the investigated systems priorities for improving should be given to heat exchangers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationModeling, control and information technologies: Proceedings of III International scientific and practical conference
Number of pages1
PublisherNational University of Water and Environmental Engineering
Publication date2019
Pages168
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2019
SeriesModeling, control and information technologies
Volume2019
ISSN2707-1049

Keywords

  • Advanced exergetic analysis
  • Air-source
  • Watersource and wastewater-source heat pumps
  • Space heating

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