Onderzoeksrapportage duurzaam koelen : EOS Renewable Cooling

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Broeze, J.; Sluis, van der, S.; Wissink, E.;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research
  • Subject: Energie | Physical Operations | duurzaamheid (sustainability) | energiebesparing | sustainability | energy saving | koelen | duurzame energie | cooling | sustainable energy | Fysische bewerking | Energy
    arxiv: Physics::Atomic Physics

For reducing energy use for cooling, alternative methods (that do not rely on electricity) are needed. Renewable cooling is based on naturally available resources such as evaporative cooling, free cooling, phase change materials, ground subcooling, solar cooling, wind c... View more
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    Scheme for a SWAC including an auxiliary chiller unit. (Source: Bellinger, 2006). o The deep inlet is used for cooling water. 80% (280GWh) of the district cooling in Stockholm comes from seawater. o The inlet at sea level is used for heating. In 2006 16% (1600GWh) of the heating for Stockholm is supplied by seawater.

    • Hawaï: a 1m diameter pipe is used for 15MW cooling power (with intake depth at 800m) (Ryzin and Leraand, 1992).

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