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Report

Impact of energy efficient pool pumps on peak demand, energy costs and carbon reduction: final report

Publisher
Household appliances Heating Energy consumption Australia
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DOI: 10.25916/5ce8c3e14c0f8 3.49 MB
Description

A whole system approach was adopted to optimize a residential pool filtering system. This project presents for the first time, the experimental measurements of the pool water quality (i.e., the chemical concentrations) and all energy-consuming components when operating the filtering system at low flow conditions.

A full conference paper, describing the work relating to the energy efficient pool filtering system, is attached as an appendix to this report (Appendix 1).

A full journal article, describing the work relating to the high efficiency solar pool heating system, is attached as an appendix to this report (Appendix 2).

Publication Details
DOI:

10.25916/5ce8c3e14c0f8

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open