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The potential and utilization of unused energy sources for large-scale horticulture facility applications under Korean climatic conditions

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  • The potential and utilization of unused energy sources for large-scale horticulture facility applications under Korean climatic conditions
  • Hyun, In Tak; Lee, Jae Ho; Yoon, Yeo Beom; Lee, Kwang Ho; Nam, Yujin
  • Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute


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Title The potential and utilization of unused energy sources for large-scale horticulture facility applications under Korean climatic conditions
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Hyun, In Tak; Lee, Jae Ho; Yoon, Yeo Beom; Lee, Kwang Ho; Nam, Yujin

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Basel, Switzerland : Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute

Date 2014-07
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Energies:vol. 7(no. 8)
Pages 21
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Industry and Technology < Energy
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Abstract

As the use of fossil fuel has increased, not only in construction, but also in agriculture due to the drastic industrial development in recent times, the problems of heating costs and global warming are getting worse. Therefore, introduction of more reliable and environmentally-friendly alternative energy sources has become urgent and the same trend is found in large-scale horticulture facilities. In this study, among many alternative energy sources, we investigated the reserves and the potential of various different unused energy sources which have infinite potential, but are nowadays wasted due to limitations in their utilization. In addition, we utilized available unused energy as a heat source for a heat pump in a large-scale horticulture facility and analyzed its feasibility through EnergyPlus simulation modeling. Accordingly, the discharge flow rate from the Fan Coil Unit (FCU) in the horticulture facility, the discharge air temperature, and the return temperature were analyzed. (The rest omitted)