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Experimental device for the residential heating with heat pipe and electric heat storage blocks

Abstract

Residential heating using electric heat storage blocks nowadays is an actual problem from the point of view of heat recovery and nature protection. In the Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute a new residential electrical heater capable of heating chambers by controlling air temperature and heat output using heat pipes and an electric heat storage block was developed. This heater (BETA) is fed from the source of energy and during 7 h of night time accumulates energy sufficiently to heat 10 m{sup 3} during 24 h. Heating device BETA has a ceramic thermal storage block, electric heaters and a heat pipe with evaporator inside the ceramic block and constant temperature (65{sup o}C) finned condenser outside it. The condenser temperature could be controlled easily. BETA is compact, has high thermal response, accurate air temperature control and safe operation. Such types of residential heaters are necessary for heating residential and office building in the Mogilev and Gomel regions in Byelorussia which suffered after the Chernobyl catastrophe. (Author).
Authors:
Vasiliev, L L; Boldak, I M; Domorod, L S; Rabetsky, M I; Schirokov, E I [1] 
  1. AN Belorusskoj SSR, Minsk (Belarus). Inst. Teplo- i Massoobmena
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1992
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
GB-92-052051; EDB-92-150147
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Heat Recovery Systems and CHP; (United Kingdom); Journal Volume: 12:1
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; SPACE HEATERS; THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE EQUIPMENT; DESIGN; HEAT PIPES; OFF-PEAK ENERGY STORAGE; RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS; USSR; APPLIANCES; ASIA; BUILDINGS; DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; ENERGY STORAGE; EQUIPMENT; EUROPE; HEATERS; STORAGE; 320106* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Building Equipment- (1987-)
OSTI ID:
7101996
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0890-4332; CODEN: HRSCE
Submitting Site:
GB
Size:
Pages: 81-85
Announcement Date:
Oct 15, 1992

Citation Formats

Vasiliev, L L, Boldak, I M, Domorod, L S, Rabetsky, M I, and Schirokov, E I. Experimental device for the residential heating with heat pipe and electric heat storage blocks. United Kingdom: N. p., 1992. Web. doi:10.1016/0890-4332(92)90010-F.
Vasiliev, L L, Boldak, I M, Domorod, L S, Rabetsky, M I, & Schirokov, E I. Experimental device for the residential heating with heat pipe and electric heat storage blocks. United Kingdom. doi:10.1016/0890-4332(92)90010-F.
Vasiliev, L L, Boldak, I M, Domorod, L S, Rabetsky, M I, and Schirokov, E I. 1992. "Experimental device for the residential heating with heat pipe and electric heat storage blocks." United Kingdom. doi:10.1016/0890-4332(92)90010-F. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/10.1016/0890-4332(92)90010-F.
@misc{etde_7101996,
title = {Experimental device for the residential heating with heat pipe and electric heat storage blocks}
author = {Vasiliev, L L, Boldak, I M, Domorod, L S, Rabetsky, M I, and Schirokov, E I}
abstractNote = {Residential heating using electric heat storage blocks nowadays is an actual problem from the point of view of heat recovery and nature protection. In the Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute a new residential electrical heater capable of heating chambers by controlling air temperature and heat output using heat pipes and an electric heat storage block was developed. This heater (BETA) is fed from the source of energy and during 7 h of night time accumulates energy sufficiently to heat 10 m{sup 3} during 24 h. Heating device BETA has a ceramic thermal storage block, electric heaters and a heat pipe with evaporator inside the ceramic block and constant temperature (65{sup o}C) finned condenser outside it. The condenser temperature could be controlled easily. BETA is compact, has high thermal response, accurate air temperature control and safe operation. Such types of residential heaters are necessary for heating residential and office building in the Mogilev and Gomel regions in Byelorussia which suffered after the Chernobyl catastrophe. (Author).}
doi = {10.1016/0890-4332(92)90010-F}
journal = {Heat Recovery Systems and CHP; (United Kingdom)}
volume = {12:1}
journal type = {AC}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1992}
month = {Jan}
}