Solar Heating System with Building-Integrated Heat Storage.

Alfred Heller

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    Abstract

    Traditional solar heating systems cover between 5 and 10% of the heat demand fordomestic hot water and comfort heating. By applying storage capacity this share can beincreased much. The Danish producer of solar heating systems, Aidt-Miljø, markets such a system including storage of dry sand heated by PP-pipe heat exchanger. Heat demand is reduced due to direct solar heating, and due to storage. Heat demand is reduced due to direct solar heating, due to storage and due to lower heat losses through the ground. In theory, by running the system flow backwards through the sand storage, active heating can be achieved.The objective of the report is to present results from measured system evaluation andcalculations and to give guidelines for the design of such solar heating systems with building integrated sand storage. The report is aimed to non-technicians. In another report R-006 the main results from the investigation on the measured system is presented.
    Original languageDanish
    Number of pages20
    Publication statusPublished - 1996

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    Solar Heating System with Building-Integrated Heat Storage. / Heller, Alfred.

    1996. 20 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportReport

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