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Type of publication: research article
Type of publication (PDB): Straipsnis recenzuojamoje Lietuvos konferencijos medžiagoje / Article in peer-reviewed Lithuanian conference proceedings (P1f)
Field of Science: Energetika ir termoinžinerija / Energetics and thermal engineering (T006)
Author(s): Ambrulevičius, Rimvydas
Title: Saulės kolektorių sistemų eksploatavimo ypatumai
Other Title: Exploitation peculiarities of sun collectors systems
Is part of: Šilumos energetika ir technologijos : konferencijos pranešimų medžiaga, 2006 m. vasario 2, 3 d. / Kauno technologijos universitetas, Lietuvos energetikos institutas. Kaunas: LEI, 2006
Extent: p. 87-90
Date: 2006
Keywords: Sun collectors;Hot water preparing systems and co-ordination of them;Choice of components;Renewable energy;Renev
ISBN: 9986492920
Abstract: Choice of system elements and exploitation peculiarities of sun collectors' usage for hot water preparing ere investigated. Optimal system version for individual house consists of 3 flat collectors and bulk 300 1 heater. Such system during summer covers 90-100% of total energy needs for hot water preparing for 4-6 people. In objects where hot water needs are 1-1.5 m3 per day (dining rooms, lodges) optimal version is 8 collector system (width of transparent cover 13.78 m2) and 3 bulk 300 1 heaters. During summer season flat and vacuum type collectors are equal due to energy received. In economic point of view, the usage of flat collectors is 2-3 more effective. In order to implement heat pumps into sun collectors systems effectively, low temperature boilers are necessary
Affiliation(s): Vytauto Didžiojo universitetas
Žemės ūkio akademija
Appears in Collections:Universiteto mokslo publikacijos / University Research Publications

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