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Design and installation of earth energy systems

Abstract

This first edition of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard C448 Series, replaces CSA Standards CAN/CSA-C445-M92 entitled Design and Installation of Earth Energy Heat Pump Systems for Residential and Other Small Buildings, as well as C447-94 entitled Design and Installation of Earth Energy Heat Pump Systems for Commercial and Institutional Buildings. This standard document consists of three parts: (C448.1) Design and installation of earth energy systems for commercial and institutional buildings; (C448.2) Design and installation of earth energy systems for residential and small buildings; and, (C448.3) Design and installation of underground thermal energy storage systems for commercial and institutional buildings. In C448.1, the requirements applicable to any system falling within the scope of the C448 series were included. Alternative requirements for houses and small buildings were added in C448.2. It was noted that either standard may be implemented. The standards applicable to the intentional storage of energy in the earth for later use were presented in C448.3. This latter section includes a brief introduction on underground thermal energy storage (UTES). tabs.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2002
Product Type:
Book
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 2002; Related Information: CSA Standard C448 Series, no.02
Subject:
15 GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; 32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; GROUND SOURCE HEAT PUMPS; RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS; COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS; UNDERGROUND STORAGE; ENERGY STORAGE; STANDARDS DOCUMENT; CANADA
Sponsoring Organizations:
Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, ON (Canada). Renewable and Electrical Energy Division
OSTI ID:
20422192
Research Organizations:
Canadian Standards Association, Toronto, ON (Canada)
Country of Origin:
Canada
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISBN 1-55324-844-9; TRN: CA0400173
Availability:
Available from Canadian Standards Association 178 Rexdale Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario M9W 1R3
Submitting Site:
CANM
Size:
96 pages
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Loggia, S, Adragna, M, Coyle, S, Foley, C, Hawryn, S, Martin, A, and McConnell, J. Design and installation of earth energy systems. Canada: N. p., 2002. Web.
Loggia, S, Adragna, M, Coyle, S, Foley, C, Hawryn, S, Martin, A, & McConnell, J. Design and installation of earth energy systems. Canada.
Loggia, S, Adragna, M, Coyle, S, Foley, C, Hawryn, S, Martin, A, and McConnell, J. 2002. "Design and installation of earth energy systems." Canada.
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abstractNote = {This first edition of the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard C448 Series, replaces CSA Standards CAN/CSA-C445-M92 entitled Design and Installation of Earth Energy Heat Pump Systems for Residential and Other Small Buildings, as well as C447-94 entitled Design and Installation of Earth Energy Heat Pump Systems for Commercial and Institutional Buildings. This standard document consists of three parts: (C448.1) Design and installation of earth energy systems for commercial and institutional buildings; (C448.2) Design and installation of earth energy systems for residential and small buildings; and, (C448.3) Design and installation of underground thermal energy storage systems for commercial and institutional buildings. In C448.1, the requirements applicable to any system falling within the scope of the C448 series were included. Alternative requirements for houses and small buildings were added in C448.2. It was noted that either standard may be implemented. The standards applicable to the intentional storage of energy in the earth for later use were presented in C448.3. This latter section includes a brief introduction on underground thermal energy storage (UTES). tabs.}
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