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Title: Desuperheater heat recovery hot water heating systems in subtropics : using water cooling towers to extract heat from ambient air as heat source
Authors: Tan, KX
Deng, SM 
Watson, T
Issue Date: 2001
Publisher: American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers
Source: ASHRAE transactions, 2001, v. 107 part 2, p. 608-612 How to cite?
Journal: ASHRAE transactions 
Abstract: In subtropical regions, using desuperheater heat recovery hot water heating systems is commonly seen. However, there may be insufficient heat to recover from an air-conditioning system in cold seasons due to buildings' reduced cooling loads. A standard water cooling tower may then be operated in a reverse mode to extract heat from ambient air, as part of a heat source for water heating, so that a backup heating provision may be eliminated. This paper describes a number of actual installations of desuperheater heat recovery hot water heating systems with cooling towers, operated to supply heat in subtropical regions in China, and reports on the on-site measured operating performance of such a heat recovery system.
Description: 2001 ASHRAE Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, 24-27 June 2001
ISSN: 0001-2505
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