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Numerical Simulation of a Residential House Coupled with a Dual Source Heat Pump System

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With the information technology revolution and the improving requirement for indoor air environment, energy consumption for air conditioning is increasing in Tunisia. In this research, a heating a residential house using the abundant and universal sources is proposed for a residential house in Tunisia. The effect of the incidence solar radiation in the coupling of a residential house and a heat pump system in all direction of this zone during the winter has been added. The effect of ON-OFF technology in the level of the evaporator during the winter has been studied. We present a mathematical description of the house on TRNSYS, as well as the numerical results of the simulation of coupling of the several components. The incidence solar radiation, the temperature distribution and the energy consumed and delivered, and its impact on air-conditioning load in rooms have been measured using the Tunisian climate. Numerical results have been obtained for 24h in January and 4500h operation in winter. Results show that the system may be satisfactorily used for residential building or greenhouse heating in the Mediterranean and region of Tunisia.

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International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 55)
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150-159
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R. Chargui and H. Sammouda, "Numerical Simulation of a Residential House Coupled with a Dual Source Heat Pump System", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 55, pp. 150-159, 2015
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July 2015
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