Use of geothermal piles combined with pile foundations
Keywords:heat pumps, energy pile, geothermal energy, energy efficiency
The possibility of use of geothermal piles in conditions of cold climate is considered. Full-scale experiment is conducted for using this technology in Kiev. Obtained results testify about a possibility for using the system in conditions of Ukraine, but this technology requires more detailed study and simulation of multiannual cycle of use of geothermal piles
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