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    Post Heat Pump problem. How can I solve this? What are the steps ?



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    I was trying to solve this as part of my preparation. But don't have a clue as to how to solve it. What are the steps ?



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    Re: Heat Pump problem. How can I solve this? What are the steps ?

    You have to work out the temperature of the brine leaving the bore hole collector.

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    Re: Heat Pump problem. How can I solve this? What are the steps ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mad fridgie View Post
    You have to work out the temperature of the brine leaving the bore hole collector.
    But, What is the use of of ice thickness on the bore hole collector pipe ?

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    Re: Heat Pump problem. How can I solve this? What are the steps ?

    your ice acts an insulator,

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    Re: Heat Pump problem. How can I solve this? What are the steps ?

    Quote Originally Posted by mad fridgie View Post
    your ice acts an insulator,
    Thank you for your reply. So do I have to assume the temperature difference in the borehole ? and would 5 deg c be reasonable?
    How do I get the ground temperature which is needed to find out the evaporator temp. ? I'm very confused..!!!
    Can you please provide me with a step by step solution. That will be a great help...Please..!!

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