FG-INEWA

Development of optimised control strategies for a double source heat pump system

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  • Project duration: February 2021 - February 2022
  • Project status:
    Approval by the Scientific Committee
  • Funding:
    Stiftungen (Other projects /Project)

The project focuses on the control of double source (aerothermal and geothermal) heat pumps, and in particular on the development of smart control logics to be implemented in thermal systems that use such units to cover thermal loads in residential buildings.

Following a characterization of the machine proposed on the market by INEWA, a numerical model will be developed with the aim of developing the control algorithms of a typical thermal plant that uses this unit. The algorithms will use artificial intelligence techniques to select which source shall be uses, based on monitored weather conditions and calculated thermal loads. Once developed in a simulated environment, the control will be validated EURAC's laboratories.

Partner
Inewa Srl

Contact

Roberto Fedrizzi

Project managerT 016 550 1740 93+ude.carue@izzirdef.otrebor

Cristiana Losso

Project assistantT 806 550 1740 93+ude.carue@ossol.anaitsirc

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