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splits and solar energy!!!!!!!

splits and solar energy!!!!!!!

splits and solar energy!!!!!!!

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I'm a automotive engeneer but I have to do an assignment witch comprises:

·    Improving and completing test arrangement
·    Making a simulation model to match
·    Drawing up measuring protocols and performing measurements

The test arrangement comprises the following parts:
·    Heat pump
·    Solar collectors
·    PV panels
·    Buffer reservoirs
·    Vertical ground heat exchangers
·    A low-temperature emission system
 
The aim of the test arrangement is:
To find the cheapest possible space heating system with a net power input exclusively from solar- and ground heat.

This translates into a search for:
·    The most appropriate configuration of the test arrangement
·    Optimum correlations between:  
v    Dimensions of collectors and panels
v    Heat exchanger power
v    Heat pump power
v    Size of buffer reservoirs
 

If some one can help me about this subject please do it!!!

advenced sincerly thanks,
holand
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