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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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The primary circuit is the building loop plus ground loop heat exchanger and the secondary circuit is the hybrid component loop (Figures 2 and 3).
In using the equivalent diameter expression of Gu and O'Neal (1998a) in the ground loop heat exchanger model, the agreement with the steady-state borehole thermal resistance with the Bennet et al.
A review of Figures 7 and 8 shows that the greatest variation in total design ground loop length as a function of the borehole field pattern occurs for buildings with highly imbalanced annual ground loads.
The revisions involve balancing the heat flow to the ground on an annual basis in order to limit heat buildup in the borehole field, based on a set point control of the ground loop temperature.
Maintenance requirements are minimal when these units are connected to a properly designed and installed ground loop.
Data Collection System Components Data Point Location Range and Accuracy Ground Within and around -20[degrees]C to temperatures the ground loop 80[degrees]C [+ or -] 0.
The average of these two instantaneous temperature readings is usually taken to represent the average temperature in the vertical ground loop at a given time.
They are connected to a water loop, namely a ground loop (GL), to which decentralized water-source heat pumps for HVAC and DHW are connected.
Ground source heat pumps use a buried ground loop which transfers heat from the ground into a building to provide space heating and the heating of domestic hot water.
I decided my only option was to go into the overrun and ground loop the jet.
The low-grade warmth absorbed from the ground by the ground loop is then heated by the refrigeration cycle to a suitable temperature to be circulated around conventional radiators and to provide all the hot water to the properties.
About 2,500 feet down the strip, the Corsair commenced a ground loop to the left.