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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 correlating equations described in the previous sections permit the calculation of total ground loop heat exchanger length, the quantity of annual solar energy required to balance the ground thermal loads, and the corresponding reduction of total ground loop heat exchanger length.
A few of the newer sites had functioning energy management systems that could provide monitored ground loop temperature data.
It's important to remember that the ground loop hum you're experiencing could arise from any number of individual possibilities, at different stages in the audio path.
In the end a horizontal ground loop heat exchanger was designed.
The longer the loop, the more energy the pump is capable of producing so it is crucial that the size of the ground loops, whether horizontal or vertical, are matched to the peak heat demand and annual energy requirement of the property.
(OTCBB:DMES), Austin, Texas, has announced the addition of traditional ground loop geothermal installations as an added benefit to its business scope.
The resulting data can be mistakenly attributed to a bad conductor, a damaged specimen, an electrical ground loop, a low critical current, or specimen motion in the background magnetic field.
They are designed for triaxial cables which are essentially coaxial with an added outer shield that lowers ground loop interference and eliminates radiated noise or cross-talk.
In addition, the surface mount packaging offers a cost-effective solution." Designed specifically for point-to-point coupling with 150 Twinax cable, these small transformers protect the station from static charges that may develop on the cable and prevent ground loop currents from being transferred between stations.
It has been used to recover conversations lost due to low-level recordings, malfunctioning equipment, environmental noise, and ground loop connections.
They're installing a geothermal ground loop: pipes they'll connect to a ground source heat pump to heat and cool one of the 33 new homes in Piper Glen, a project in Buford, Ga.
When an AC travels from one conduit back through another, and in many instances through the building's structural steel, a ground loop is created.