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VA 23 81 46 - WATER-SOURCE UNITARY HEAT PUMPS Organization: VA
Date: 2011-04-01
Description: 8. FEMP: Federal Energy Management Program 9. Extended Range Heat Pumps (Ground-Source/Ground-Coupled): Heat pumps designed to use with extended operating range of entering water temperature from -1 C (30 F) to 49 C (120 F)
AHRI 1300 I-P - PERFORMANCE RATING OF COMMERCIAL HEAT PUMP WATER HEATERS Organization: AHRI
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This standard applies to factory assembled Commercial Heat Pump Water Heaters (CHPWH) defined as equipment to provide potable or service hot water using alternate sources of energy as air, water and ground (geothermal) by means of electrically driven, mechanical vapor compression refrigerant systems.
AHRI 340/360 I-P - PERFORMANCE RATING OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL UNITARY AIR-CONDITIONING AND HEAT PUMP EQUIPMENT Organization: AHRI
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This standard applies to factory-made Commercial and Industrial Unitary Air-conditioning and Heat Pump Equipment as defined in Section 3. Energy Source.
MCGRAW - GEOTHERMAL HVAC: GREEN HE - GEOTHERMAL HVAC: GREEN HEATING AND COOLING Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: Contains coupons for discounts on geothermal products and services, Practical coverage of geothermal HVAC: How geothermal works; Components of a system; What can be heated/cooled with geothermal/earth coupled systems; Types and sizes of heating and cooling systems; Types of geothermal heat pumps; Which kind of geothermal system is best for which application; Load calculations; What should it cost to have a geothermal system installed; System designs; what works, and what doesn't; What is my EER, really; Net positive cash flow... or how to calculate a payback; Federal and local tax incentives and rebates; Lifecycles and longevity .
SAE J2616 - TESTING PERFORMANCE OF THE FUEL PROCESSOR SUBSYSTEM OF AN AUTOMOTIVE FUEL CELL SYSTEM Organization: SAE
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: If the user has this information the approach allows for corrections for efficiencies of other subsystems or components (e.g., oxidant compression/expansion, water pump, or fuel pump). Terms are included that correct the compression energy for other inefficiencies in the system such as power conditioner inefficiency or electrical/mechanical conversion inefficiency.

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