Étude de l’interaction thermo-aéraulique entre un capteur PV et une pompe à chaleur (PAC) intégrés à un bâtiment basse exergie

Abstract : The energetic consumption of high consuming sectors such as the building sector should be reduced due to the actual environmental context. Many studies studied the reduction of heating and cooling capacities. But amelioration can be done when studying the exergy used. In fact, the exergetic content of energetic building demand is low. Then, it is possible to reduce the exergetic content of energetic systems used to match this demand. In this optic, a study of the possible thermal interaction between a PV system and a heat pump is lead. It aims to promote the thermal energy with a low exergetic content produced by the PV system. Aerothermal model for PV system and semi empirical model for heat pump system are used. Models help in the conception of a global system including a hybrid photovoltaic thermal PV system, a heat pump, and a storage device. A dynamic building model is used. Energetic and exergetic study allowed evaluating the potential of such a system. An experimental bench is used to validate the heat pump model. Experimental data coming from an experimental building are used to validate the global model results.
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Hachem Ben Nejma. Étude de l’interaction thermo-aéraulique entre un capteur PV et une pompe à chaleur (PAC) intégrés à un bâtiment basse exergie. Autre. Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012ENMP0114⟩. ⟨pastel-01069083⟩

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