I am interested in increasing the efficiency of a central air
conditioner system. Does anyone have any recommendations on books
that have information on geothermal system design.
I feel I am fully qualified to do any work that is required as I once
built a fence and have installed water faucets.
Hey Dumbass, re-read your post... specifically this quote:
"I feel I am fully qualified to do any work that is required as I once
built a fence and have installed water faucets."
So as I see it... you want to do the work. Otherwise, *why* would you have
included this comment?
On Aug 26, 2:11 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I really do not get it. I ask for recommendations on books and
absolutely no one has any recommendations. No positive
recommendations, no negative recommendations.
It is not as if I am asking how to do something. And it isn''t as if
I am going to go into business and compete with any of you. I am
retired and find I don't want to work hard. I have too much fun doing
things in my shop. Doesn't anyone here have any good or bad books.
I rummaged around on the internet and found a site that has pretty
good information an ground source heat pumps. It is
http://www.geo4va.vt.edu/indexGeo4VA.htm And I can take courses at
the local community/ tech college at pretty much no cost since I am
over sixty. But I would still like to have a good book or two that
people in the trade think are worth having.
Maybe if I recommend a book someone will respond.
If you want to know more about nothing, then I recommend
A User's Guide to Vacuum Technology (ISBN: 0471016241)
John F. O'Hanlon
Have you worked on HVAC equipment, already?
The nice thing about geothermal, the condensor temps can be a lot lower than
the temp of the outdoor air. Water cooled centrifugal condensor is a good
thing. You also need less alki foam to keep it clean.
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