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Optimization of a Hybrid Ground Source Heat Pump using the Response Surface Method
Proceedings of the World Renewable Energy Congress – Sweden, 8–13 May, 2011, Linköping, Sweden
A hybrid ground source heat pump (HGSHP) has been recommended as a low cost alternative of a ground source heat pump (GSHP) which has higher initial costs with increasing the size of ground heat exchanger (GHX) for imbalanced load conditions. HGSHP systems incorporate both GHX and supplemental equipments, such as cooling towers and/or boilers. The main issues of HGSHP are the optimal size design and control strategies of supplemental equipments. The objective of this paper is to optimize thedoi:10.3384/ecp110571345 fatcat:czj7xbq7lvgyhdd5wee6wqk7qy