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Future scopic geothermal cooling

Publication Date : 14/04/2016

Author(s) :

Bharti R. Gautam , Bharti R. Gautam , Arihant S. Gotmare.

Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
Issue 3
(04 - 2016)

Abstract :

Abstract: In India at the time of summer season around 70% of energy is required to cool the interior surface of buildings. In composite climatic zone like Nagpur, Mahatrashtra, several electro-mechanical cooling appliances viz., evaporative coolers, air conditioners,etc.are used,and this appliances required much more energy and water,so Application of geothermal cooling system is a best option for saving energy,water and reducing emission of green house gases as It is a conventional technique and ecofriendly process for cooling the interior of building envelop.  In the present work the research on geothermal cooling is elaborated and it is applied to a case study of a small room of size 4”x4”x4” which is located in the composite climate. The model is prepared in summer season and the temperature variations are observed outside and inside the room having geothermal cooling system. It is found that geothermal cooling system saves around 90% of electricity as compared to air conditioner and 100% of water as compared to evaporative coolers. It was also observed that the drop of around 6◦C to 7◦C.This approach can further be extended for larger applications that will reduce consumption of energy and water in building.

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