Ground Source Heat Pump

The heat is collected using a fluid that flows through pipes laid in the ground.

Where space is limited, vertical boreholes can be used. In larger applications the heat removed from a building during the summer can be pumped underground and then pumped back into the building in winter.


See also: Air Source Heat Pump, Heat Pump.

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Subjects: Civil Engineering Thermodynamics