White Paper - Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC) with Heat Pipes
Heat Pipes for Energy Recovery (HRM™), in combination with IEC increases the overall effectiveness of the system. This is done when water is introduced into the exhaust air stream during a summer condition. The water evaporates adiabatically, which in turn reduces the dry bulb temperature and enthalpy, while dew point remains the same. The larger temperature difference results in an increase in BTUH transfer.
Design Strategy - Enhancing Energy Recovery with Indirect Evaporative Cooling (IEC)
This video will walk users through how to design a side by side energy recovery heat pipe (HRM™) on SelectPlus™ with indirect evaporative cooling.
This design strategy discusses how to select the HRM™ with IEC at peak cooling load conditions. It also discusses the savings benefits that can be modeled using the advanced economic analysis feature on SelectPlus™. This strategy will increase the overall system effectiveness and RER (Recovery Efficiency Ratio) at various summer conditions.
Case Study Video - University of South Florida Slashes Energy Costs While Maintaining Lower Humidity
In applications where precise temperature control is required, HPT dehumidifier heat pipes can be equipped with normally open solenoid valves (24V or 110V). Control valves are grouped in stages to connect to the building BAS. SelectPlus™ allows users to design controllable wrap around heat pipes for temperature control applications. Users can run performances, view psychrometrics, and use the advanced economic analysis feature for accurate savings.
June 2015 - In This Issue:
White Paper - Indirect Evaporative Cooling with Heat Pipes
Design Strategy - Enhancing Energy Recovery with Indirect Evaporative Cooling
Case Study Video - University of South Florida
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This newsletter is a service of HPT, Inc. It is meant to familiarize users with heat pipe technology, and how to select heat pipe systems using SelectPlus™ design software.
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