More efficiency in heating, cooling and hot water by 3 new patents
How can you achieve a higher COP with an air-source heat pump than with a ground-source heat pump, and how can you drastically reduce the amount of electricity needed to heat water?
What if everyone did this? If everyone in Germany heated with air-source heat pumps that degenerated into electric heaters during a cold wave, the power grid would really collapse. The simultaneity: not all electric cars are fast-charging at the same time, but when it's really cold, they all heat at the same time.
Patented inventions to make air source heat pumps stand up to the “if everyone did this” question and establish them as the standard heating system compatible with renewable energy and climate goals.
00:20 The water pump transports water
00:41 The hydroelectric power plant
00:57 The heat pump transports heat
01:23 Heat extraction + mechanical energy = heat output
01:53 Formula for water pump
02:24 Sadi Carnot 1796 - 1832
03:07 Carnot cycle
04:46 Better coefficient of performance at lower temperature difference
05:23 Air source heat pump vs water source heat pump
06:21 Air source heat pump coefficient of performance in very cold weather
07:15 Degeneration of an air source heat pump to electric heating
08:30 Expertise on the use of air source heat pumps in Austria
10:13 The invention relates to a cooling/heating system for buildings
11:19 Low-temperature heat storage between ground and house
11:59 Temperature ranges of various applications
14:23 Air source heat pump only during the warmest hours of the day
16:55 Weather forecast Monday: Thursday extremely heavy rain
17:21 Prepare for extreme rainfall
17:35 Low-temperature heat storage contents cut in half
17:41 Negative soil sealing: absorbs more water than a meadow.
18:08 Heating water with a boiler
19:31 Generate hot water directly with the fresh water station
20:59 The invention relates to a water heating system
23:57 Need for very hot water when washing dishes
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