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The Study on EnergyPlus Simulation Application Feasibility for Exit Air Temperature Prediction through Horizontal Geothermal Heat Exchanger
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The Study on EnergyPlus Simulation Application Feasibility for Exit Air Temperature Prediction through Horizontal Geothermal Heat Exchanger
Hwang, Yongho; Cho, Sungwoo;
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 Abstract
Horizontal geothermal heat exchanger is affected by various factors such as pipe length, soil temperature, and outdoor environment. Simulation program is convenient for responding to various factors. The objective of this study was to determine the feasibility of using EnergyPlus to predict exit air temperature through horizontal geothermal heat exchanger in domestic. The correlation coefficient between EnergyPlus results and experimental results was 0.825. The correlation coefficient between EnergyPlus results and mathematical results was 0.722, indicating "The two values can based on Lousi on values can be Our results indicate that it is possible to use EnergyPlus to predict exit air temperature through horizontal geothermal heat exchanger.
 Keywords
Horizontal geothermal heat Exchanger;EnergyPlus;Exit temperature;Correlation coefficient;
 Language
Korean
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