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2-component heating systems

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Abstract

The knowledge accumulated only recently of the damage to buildings and the hazards of formaldehyde, radon and hydrocarbons has been inducing louder calls for ventilation, which, on their part, account for the fact that increasing importance is being attached to the controlled ventilation of buildings. Two-component heating systems provide for fresh air and thermal comfort in one. While the first component uses fresh air blown directly and controllably into the rooms, the second component is similar to the Roman hypocaustic heating systems, meaning that heated outer air is circulating under the floor, thus providing for hot surfaces and thermal comfort. Details concerning the two-component heating system are presented along with systems diagrams, diagrams of the heating system and tables identifying the respective costs. Descriptions are given of the two systems components, the fast heat-up, the two-component made, the change of air, heat recovery and control systems. Comparative evaluations determine the differences between two-component heating systems and other heating systems. Conclusive remarks are dedicated to energy conservation and comparative evaluations of costs. (HWJ).
Authors:
Publication Date:
Mar 01, 1987
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
DE-88-002467; EDB-88-057837
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Tech. Bau; (Germany, Federal Republic of); Journal Volume: 18:3
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; HEATING SYSTEMS; DESIGN; PERFORMANCE; RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS; AIR FLOW; AIR HEATERS; AIR INFILTRATION; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; COST; FLOORS; HEAT LOSSES; HEAT RECOVERY; INVESTMENT; OPERATION; SPACE HVAC SYSTEMS; BUILDINGS; ENERGY LOSSES; ENERGY RECOVERY; ENERGY SYSTEMS; FLUID FLOW; GAS FLOW; HEATERS; LOSSES; RECOVERY; 320106* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Building Equipment- (1987-)
OSTI ID:
5526345
Research Organizations:
Schmidt-Reuter Ingenieurgesellschaft m.b.H. und Co. K.G., Koeln (Germany, F.R.)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: TEBAD
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
Pages: 183-185
Announcement Date:
Mar 01, 1988

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Citation Formats

Radtke, W. 2-component heating systems. Germany: N. p., 1987. Web.
Radtke, W. 2-component heating systems. Germany.
Radtke, W. 1987. "2-component heating systems." Germany.
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title = {2-component heating systems}
author = {Radtke, W}
abstractNote = {The knowledge accumulated only recently of the damage to buildings and the hazards of formaldehyde, radon and hydrocarbons has been inducing louder calls for ventilation, which, on their part, account for the fact that increasing importance is being attached to the controlled ventilation of buildings. Two-component heating systems provide for fresh air and thermal comfort in one. While the first component uses fresh air blown directly and controllably into the rooms, the second component is similar to the Roman hypocaustic heating systems, meaning that heated outer air is circulating under the floor, thus providing for hot surfaces and thermal comfort. Details concerning the two-component heating system are presented along with systems diagrams, diagrams of the heating system and tables identifying the respective costs. Descriptions are given of the two systems components, the fast heat-up, the two-component made, the change of air, heat recovery and control systems. Comparative evaluations determine the differences between two-component heating systems and other heating systems. Conclusive remarks are dedicated to energy conservation and comparative evaluations of costs. (HWJ).}
journal = {Tech. Bau; (Germany, Federal Republic of)}
volume = {18:3}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Germany}
year = {1987}
month = {Mar}
}