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Intermittent heating mode of economic and environmental benefits analysis research

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2 Author(s)
Ran Chunyu ; Sch. of Municipal & Environ. Eng., Jilin Inst. of Archit. & Civil Eng., Changchun, China ; Jia Zhengchao

At present, the heating mode in both domestic and international, are usually used as constant heating method. But, for most public construction, especially the school buildings. There are only very few house that need heating (such as at night, holiday) This can waste a great deal of energy and will increase the pollution of environment and heating costs. However, if we use time-sharing zoning of intermittent heating, it can not only save large amount of energy consumption, reduce pollution emission, but also energy heating costs can be reduced significantly. This is an ideal heating mode that benefits a lot. Let's take a university in Changchun which construction area as 10.5840 W as a research object. Every year, it can save heat about 2913734kwh during the heating period.. It is equal to standard coal 556t. In addition, it will reduce water pump operation 31691kwh power consumption and save about 11.7% energy-using than original heating. Therefore, if it can be used extensively in the organizations, it can make contribution, for China to realize “twelve- five,” energy conservation and emission reduction targets.

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Materials for Renewable Energy & Environment (ICMREE), 2011 International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

Date of Conference:

20-22 May 2011