Study and Modeling of a Heat Exchanger for the purpose of Air Conditioning a Space by a Canadian Well using Geothermal Energy

Co-Authors

Didi Faouzi , Messaouden Bilel , Saka Merouane , Bentchikou Mohamed

Citation

Didi Faouzi, Study and Modeling of a Heat Exchanger for the purpose of Air Conditioning a Space by a Canadian Well using Geothermal Energy(2017)SDRP Journal of Computer Science 1(1)

Abstract

Air conditioning or heating a room designed to maintain a desired temperature. This comfort is not free because it uses energy. The latter not only is expensive and its price is increasing. It is not also cleaner, since often it is a fossil fuel. In this context, and to make our contribution to the development of renewable energies, we chose the study of cooling a room by a Canadian well. The work presented here is designed around five chapters. After a literature review of geothermal, the computing elements of the system are discussed and then the heat balance is exposed. Subsequently the design, regulation and maintenance of our facility are exposed.

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