A feasibility study of seasonal storage of coolness in Canada: final report. Volume 1

M. N. Bahadori, K. G. T. Hollands & P. F. Galpin
The seasonal storage of coolness in the ground, in a rock bed, in aquafers, in the form of ice (in both covered and uncovered ice ponds), and in the form of frozen soil were studied. A storage capacity of 10 TJ for the aquafer and 1 TJ for all others were considered. The technical and economic feasibilities of each system were considered for each of the six Canadian cities having different climatological conditions. Technically, all...
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