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Evaluation on the Performance of Design Parameters in Earth Tube System
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 Title & Authors
Evaluation on the Performance of Design Parameters in Earth Tube System
Hwang, Yong-Ho; Hwang, Seok-Ho; Choi, Jeong-Min;
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 Abstract
Earth tube system can be installed in many ways. However, performance data on earth tube system is still insufficient. Therefore, in this study seven design parameters of earth tube systems were chosen such as underground earth tube length, depth, tube thermal conductivity, thickness, radius, soil conditions, and fan type. And the change effects in the values of the seven parameters on earth tube exit temperatures and heat transfer rate were examined through Energyplus simulations.
 Keywords
Earth tube system;Design parameter;Performance evaluation;Energy conservation;
 Language
Korean
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