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Geothermal systems generally comprise a geothermal well or borehole for extracting geothermal fluid with an above ground heat exchanger which removes heat from the fluid.
The ground heat exchanger (GHE) is a major component of the GSHP system and a way by which the thermal energy is extracted from and injected into the ground.
IGSHPA partnered with seven Oklahoma technology centers to install closed-loop ground heat exchangers and GSHPs, and to train the.
Ground heat exchanger costs for standing column and closed loop wells run from $1000 per ton up to $2000 per ton.
This tool predicts, for a given design, the thermal response of the ground heat exchanger to monthly heating and cooling base loads and peak loads over a number of years.
While the heat pump in a GSHP system relies on the same technology as a conventional heat pump, the ground heat exchanger and various aspects of heat transfer to and from the ground remain active areas of research addressed by papers in this special issue.
Additionally, IGSHPA (International Ground Source Heat Pump Association) guidelines for flow path (one per ton of capacity) and turbulent flow were used to further guide the design of the ground heat exchanger (IGSHPA, 2009).
Heat transfer of horizontal parallel pipe ground heat exchanger and experimental validation.