Horizontal earth-to-air heat exchanger in Imola, Italy. A 30-month-long monitoring campaign

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The present paper reports the results of a 30-month-long monitoring campaign of a EAHX (earth-to-air heat exchanger) system installed in a school building in Imola (ITA). The horizontal EAHX is divided into three fields for a total of 32 buried pipes. The system pre-treats the inlet air of three dedicated AHUs. The analysis follows a consolidate methodology used in a previous shorter monitoring of the first Imola's field that was already published. In this study, a comparison between different years of monitoring is introduced, together with the soil temperature trends of the first field.

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Grosso, M., & Chiesa, G. (2015). Horizontal earth-to-air heat exchanger in Imola, Italy. A 30-month-long monitoring campaign. In Energy Procedia (Vol. 78, pp. 73–78). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egypro.2015.11.117

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