O. Kincay, U. Akbulut, Y. Yoru, O. Acikgoz, H. Karakoc
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31st AIVC Conference " Low Energy and Sustainable Ventilation Technologies for Green Buildings", Seoul, Korea, 26-28 October 2010

Wall heating systems are more preferable heating systems than other conventional systems due to their low temperature operating ranges. These systems are equipped with heating serpentines or panels where the water is circulated and the serpentines are mounted on the walls of rooms. Ground source heat pump systems are todays one of the useful renewable energy based heating systems.
In this study, daily analysis of a wall heating (radiant heating) system fed by a vertical type ground-coupled heat pump system is investigated and parameters of the system in a month (Feb. 2010) are recorded in 1 second intervals. As a result, temperatures of the wall heating system are investigated with inlet and outlet temperatures of the heat pump system. The mean heat transfer rate to the TEST room is found 1.017kW where 4.28 kW is the inlet energy rate and 3.26 kW is the outlet energy rate.