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Seabed Sediment as an Annually Renewable Heat Source
Thermal energy collected from the sediment layer under a water body has been suggested for use as a renewable heat source for a low energy network. A prototype system for using this sediment energy was installed in Suvilahti, ...
Utilizing Asphalt Heat Energy in Finnish Climate Conditions
(Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI), 2019)
Geothermal energy is a form of renewable energy, which offers carbon-free solutions for heating and cooling spaces. This study evaluates the use of renewable asphalt heat energy in frozen ground conditions. Asphalt heat ...
Seabed sediment : a natural seasonal heat storage feasibility study
(Estonian Agricultural University, Faculty of Agronomy, 2017)
The new discovery among renewable energy resources, seabed sediment, has been utilised as a heat source for 42 houses in Vaasa since 2008. Sediment heat is annually loaded by the Sun. In this study the amount of annually ...
Temperature measurements on a solar and low enthalpy geothermal open-air asphalt surface platform in a cold climate region
Solar heat, already captured by vast asphalt fields in urban areas, is potentially a huge energy resource. The vertical soil temperature profile, i.e., low enthalpy geothermal energy, reveals how efficiently the irradiation ...