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Heat pump planning handbook

Routledge, 2015
Heat pump planning handbook

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Mechanical & Electrical Supplement

Abstract

Provides guidance on design, planning and selection of heat pump systems with model calculations and planning evaluations. Coverage includes: ecology, economics, how a heat pump works, heat pump output, planning a heat pump system, groundwater protection, hydraulics, types of heat pump system and common heat pump errors.

Author

Bonin, J.

History

Routledge is an imprint of the Taylor and Francis Group.

ISBN

9781138784826

Subjects

Publisher History

An imprint of the Taylor and Francis Group, Routledge publishes books in the humanities, social sciences, built environment, education, health, and other professional subjects.


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