Water and Air Cooling/Heating Comparison

A usual self-moving cooling fan works at a 30 percent level of its efficiency. A fan draws air through the transverse windings of the air conditioner heat exchanger, which normally works with 65 percent heat transfer efficiency.

The addition of an air-cooled cross-flow heat exchanger with a counter-flow water heat exchanger enhances the heat transfer success by 70-80 percent applying a cooling environment which provides three times heat capacity per unit of weight.

Small rotating deep well water pumps that conduct water through heat exchangers of air conditioners and warmth pumps operate on average of 65 percent, while some of the piston water pumps can work with even more than 90 percent of efficiency.

The transition from air cooling to water cooling may include a pack that includes a more powerful heat exchanger, more efficient pumping method and a cooling or heating medium with a fourfold heat capacity.

Aquifer Water Store

A big number of cities globally need to grow seasonal drinking water storage volume to provide for rising populace. Using underground water as a thermic storage reservoir to manage heat pumps and air-conditioners beome unpractical as water tables fall seasonally to below levels to grant potable for the populace.

In several non-coastal states in the western United States and territory of India, lower water tables have strongly increased the price of drilling for underground water. Big coastal cities with marine ports that will come to rely on seasonal aquifer store of drinking water to nourish their people will require using seawater for interior weather control.

The expenses of installing a prolonged length closed-loop tube made of rustproof steel on the sea bottom at or near a seashore town would cost lesser than boring deep through the earth to gain groundwater-based season geothermal power.

A dual circuit conduit system would join the land-based closed-hinge water conduit distribution scheme to the underwater closed-loop conduit via any of heat exchangers or big-scale warmth pump air-conditioners. A radiator of huge volume heat pumps could potentially use very high-pressure pipes, alternate refrigerants and multi (redundant) compressors to increase system reliability and grant easier sustentation and repair.

Conclusion

A big number of shoreline towns around the whole world could implement the pattern of Singapore and represent central cooling of skyscraper office buildings located in their main business areas. A few European and American towns have zone heating systems connected to the exhaust part of neighboring thermal power plants.

Combination big-scale air-conditioners that as well operate as heating pumps that use seawater as a heat shell or as a source of heat could give district heating and area cooling to major buildings in the main business areas of numerous big coastal towns around the whole world.

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