Operational & Benefits analysis
Definitions and Descriptions of Ground Source heat pump equipment:
- water to air
- water to water
- water to air split type (remote condensing unit)
Description of geothermal heat exchangers.
Site evaluation and the use of test wells. Water testing and the use of brackish water
®DHOM?a)n a. Hydrogeology of NYC
b. Choosing a geo-exchanger using hydrogeological analysis. Systems analyzed will include:
- remote and diffusion wells (an example will be included for such an application in Queens and/ or Brooklyn)
- slinkies and buried pipe
- vertical pipe
- standing column well
Permitting requirements of geothermal heat exchangers in NYC:
- list of agencies involved
- water tests required by regulatory agencies
Heating and cooling loads, the effect of load dominance.
How to pick an appropriate ground source heat pump type once the ground coupled heat exchanger has been selected.
a. Building distribution b. Installation Follow-up (Commissioning)
Performance and Ratings a. Capital Costs b. Procurement requirements c. Pay backs - Simple, Return on Investment, Present Value d. Maintenance
- Case Studies
Summary of refrigerant types used in geothermal equipment:
Sources for hydrogeological information.
well drilling well testing open loop systems slinky standing column well
Evaluation of Heat Pump System Models a. System Level
III. ENERGY 10
b. Heat Pump Selection
III. ASHRAE I. GLPRO 3.0
c. Engineering Considerations (Flags)
Description of Three Existing Projects a. Long Island Lighting c. 360 Court Street Brooklyn d. 9 East 64th Street
Geothermal Heat Pump Manufacturers
EPA Form 7520-6 and Instructions ffluusoDdiOffl On
Open Systems in Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island.
Kensington Library Geophysical Log.
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