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Reverse Cycle

  • Y. H. Venus LunEmail author
  • S. L. Dennis Tung
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Part of the Green Energy and Technology book series (GREEN)

Abstract

This chapter aims to examine the innovative development of multiple functions of heat pump with reverse cycle operations. The operating modes of the multiple functions heat pump include dehumidification, ventilation, space cooling and heating, and water heating. Benefits of using this innovative heat pump include: (1) comprehensive functions to provide indoor comfort climate, (2) remote condenser for both heat rejection and heat absorption, (3) integrate air source heat pump with air handling unit, (4) energy saving to use aerothermal for space heating and water heating, and (5) built-in control system. The development of heat pump system is examined. A case study on indoor swimming pool is also presented.

Keywords

Cooling and dehumidification Dew point cooling Reverse cycle operations Control logic Summer operating mode Winter operating mode 

Nomenclature

q

Energy delivered or energy received

W

Energy consumption

T

Temperature

S

Entropy generated due to internal irreversibility

Subscript

c

Hot side (hot source)

f

Cold side (cold source)

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Sustainable Energy LimitedHong KongPR China
  2. 2.Sustainable Energy LimitedHong KongPR China

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