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Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold waters

Jules Hirshman

Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold waters

phase II, Site-specific study & preliminary design of a Miami Beach Seawater Cooling district : phase III, Preliminary assessment of the U.S. Fresh Water Resource for the District Cooling of Buildings

by Jules Hirshman

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Division of Buildings and Community Systems, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Air conditioning

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jules Hirshman and Richard H. Kirklin
    SeriesORO ; 4875-1
    ContributionsKirklin, Richard H , joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy. Division of Buildings and Community Systems
    The Physical Object
    Pagination294 p. in various pagings :
    Number of Pages294
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14882072M

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    Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold waters: phase II, Site-specific study & preliminary design of a Miami Beach Seawater Cooling district: phase III, Preliminary assessment of the U.S. Fresh Water Resource for the District Cooling of Buildings []. • System Two: Use traditional cooling towers providing cooling water for absorption chillers to generate chilled water for all buildings. The system performance analyses of study show that system one has better energy, environmental and economic performance than system two. Compared to system two, system one is predicted to have a saving of.

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Free cooling can be considered for DCS using cold water from oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, aquifers, and waste cooling energy sources (such as in processing of liquefied natural gas). Heat exchangers are typically installed to capture free cooling and deliver it to.

Get this from a library. Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold water: summary report. [Tracor Jitco, Inc.; Argonne National Laboratory.

Energy and Environmental Systems Division.; United States. Department of Energy. Community Systems Branch.]. Get this from a library. Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold waters: phase II, Site-specific study & preliminary design of a Miami Beach Seawater Cooling district: phase III, Preliminary assessment of the U.S.

Fresh Water Resource for the District Cooling of Buildings. [Jules Hirshman; Richard H Kirklin; United States. Argonne National Laboratory. Feasibility of a district cooling system using natural cold for the US Department of Energy, Cited by: 1.

Cornell University's Lake Source Cooling System uses Cayuga Lake as a heat sink to operate the central chilled water system for its campus and to also provide cooling to the Ithaca City School District. The system has operated since the summer of and was built at a cost of $55–60 million.

It cools a 14, tons (50 MW) load. Switzerland. Working sincethe system of the École. Use of district heating and cooling systems has many environmental advantages compared to individual heating and cooling.

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Another district cooling and heating system using seawater in the north of China was compared with systems using centrifugal chillers & natural gas-fired boilers, steam-driven lithium bromide.

A District Cooling system can be based on one, or most often several of the following technologies: feasibility study phase. On-site block cooling is operated in all EU countries in order to meet the energy district heating systems.

The cold water required to. Denmark is well-known for smart sustainable energy solutions in cities harvesting the synergis of sector integration. Taarnby Forsyning can in start operation of a unique energy plant, including heat pumps and a chilled water tank, combining smart use of electricity, district heating, district cooling, waste water and ground water /drain water.

Thermal load is defined as: the amount of cold water, hot water and steam used for air conditioning in a district heating and cooling (DHC) system. Thermal load prediction in DHC systems is one of the key technologies for economical and safe operations of DHC systems.

For example, in the case of free cooling, the passively cooled water mass existing in the depths of water bodies (such as sea, lake, and river) is being directly utilized as a cooling source for. To overcome this shortfall, FVB recommended storing the cold from the bay in an underground aquifer during winter and then using the cold aquifer water for district cooling during summer.

In close cooperation with Sollentuna Energi, FVB evaluated the technical and economic feasibility of this project, assessed the district cooling market, and. This thesis is to study the feasibility of using river water from Gavleån in the cooling system of University of Gävle. The project is proposed by the campus service manager Akademiska Hus AB which intended to replace the current cooling production system with the water cooling system to reduce the electricity cost in cooling production.

District cooling systems are up to 40 percent more efficient, as larger systems are considerably more energy-efficient than small, individual units. They use an average of 40 percent less electricity than traditional cooling or heating systems. Better sustainability.

Future enhancements are streamlined with all equipment centralized. Two independent studies relating to the concept of using natural cold waters for the cooling of buildings are reported. Phase II is a site-specific follow-on of a preliminary study that examined the feasibility of using cold seawater from depth to cool an entire district in Miami Beach, Florida, where a large cooling demand on the beach is in close proximity to this country's narrowest.

cold water generating group depending on the required cold water temperatures, they can be used in integration or in connection with a cold water generation group for Free Cooling applications.

These systems can be used as the ambient temperature drops °C below the required cooling water. District cooling consists of cold water being distributed from one main plant, via a network of pipes, to a multi-block area of homes, offices, commercial centres and public buildings.

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The predecessor to the US Department of Energy, ERDA, infunded two studies on the “Feasibility of a District Cooling System Using Natural Cold Waters” (Hirshman and Kirklin ). The initial report concluded that the coast of Southern Florida, from Fort Lauderdale to Miami Beach, would be the most suitable location in the US to.

reduces many of the concerns with use of ammonia systems for cooling. Consumer Economic Benefits A district heating and cooling system offers the following eco-nomic benefits.

Even though the basic costs are still borne by the central plant owner/operator, because the central plant is large the customer can realize benefits of economies of scale. Hirshman, J, Kirklin, R. Feasibility Of A District Cooling System Using Natural Cold Waters Final Report - Phase II: Site Specific Study & Preliminary Design of a Miami Beach Seawater Cooling District / Phase III: Preliminary assessment of the Fresh Water Resource for the District Cooling of Buildings.The water at this depth is permanently just above freezing (4C), kept at that temperature by the natural tendency of cold water to sink.

By using this natural energy source in a cold-energy transfer loop the project can replace building air-conditioning technologies that rely on electricity and fossil fuels.The use of district heating/cooling for parked aircraft to reduce the carbon emissions at airports.

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