sase develops country's first geothermal space heating system | chandigarh news - times of india - coleman heat pump

by:HICOOL     2019-09-01
sase develops country\'s first geothermal space heating system | chandigarh news - times of india  -  coleman heat pump
MANALI: Scientists at the National Defense Research and development organization in the first step of utilizing geothermal heat (DRDO)
It has successfully developed and installed the first geothermal space heating system in the country (SASE)
Here on Saturday night. Costing Rs 1. 95 crore (
Research fees are not included), the three-
The annual project was presented on Saturday.
At present, its output load capacity is about 115 KW, which is 3rd of the actual design capacity.
According to scientists, the system only needs 35 KW of the input power supply, which can save about 69 KW without generating carbon emissions.
The system absorbs heat from the Earth and provides it to the required space (rooms).
They say it can also be used to cool the space during the summer months.
Dr PK Satyawali, SASE co-director, said that after the geothermal space heating system demonstration is successful, they will conduct multiple tests to check errors in the system for improvement.
"We have to prove the technology of our country. we have done it.
We tested the system and it raised the room temperature to 30-
There are 32 degrees Celsius on the mountain here.
The cooling temperature of the test is 18-
"He said.
The temperature can reach 50-when the system is fully working-
55 degrees Celsius.
After the unit was put into operation, the annual carbon emissions were reduced by 14.
He said the payback period is only two tons from five to six years.
The first Geothermal space heating unit of SASE is large in volume and a bit expensive for general public use.
DRDO's scientists will continue to experiment with it and try to make it compact and economical.
"Our soldiers in Siachen, Ladakh and other hilly areas rely on heaters that use kerosene or other conventional fuels.
This technology can bring about a revolution.
"It can be used not only for military purposes, but also for future domestic purposes," said Dr. Satyawali . ".
More than 80 countries, mainly developed countries, are using geothermal energy for various purposes.
India is also on the same boat by demonstrating this heating system.
"We have limited inventory of conventional fuels.
Developed countries have begun to think about the future,
Traditional energy sources such as solar energy and geothermal energy.
This is our first step in heating or cooling with geothermal energy.
"In the future, we need to consider how to fly aircraft and operate vehicles using renewable energy," Dr. Satyawali told TOI . ".
Under this project, a test drilling hole with a depth of 100 was drilled in the SASE Park, and then the geological formation of the site was determined.
Subsequently, 27 drilling holes with a total operating length of more than 2,500 were drilled and heat pumps were installed.
According to scientists, the constant temperature of the Earth is about 15-
Depth of about 7-18 degrees Celsius8m.
The system does not require a high temperature source like a hot spring and can work efficiently at a mild ground temperature of 10 to 20 degrees Celsius.
Heat from the ground passes through the water flowing into the pipe.
They say the ground inlet temperature of the SASE system is 13 to 19 degrees Celsius and the output temperature capacity is about 54 to 57 degrees Celsius.
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