Pool Heating Articles

  • Connections: Toasty Toes

    After 14 years of living on a houseboat we have now moved into an apartment in a private home. There are many wonderful things about this apartment - the lack of dry rot and any concerns about the wind direction are two of them. Perhaps my favorite is the radiant floor heat. Radiant heat, hot water piped under the floors, keeps your toes and the rest of your body toasty. Water is great for this ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Case study - Synapsys - Making a splash in energy excellence

    Synapsys makes a splash in energy excellence Synapsys, UK leader in developing and supplying innovative communication interfaces for the built environment, is at the high-tech heart of a low carbon leisure centre building which has received a top accreditation for energy saving and attracted half a million visitors in its first year. The £7million new Wolverton Leisure ...

  • Case Study - Helmsley Open Air Pool

    Helmsley Open Air Pool is operated by a registered charity – the Feversham Memorial Trust – and opens from June to September each summer. The 1930s pool is 25m in length and 10m wide. The existing heating system comprised an oil boiler working in tandem with an electric heat exchanger. During the 2007 season the oil boiler broke down and was in need of replacement. To keep the pool ...


    By LandEnergy Limited

  • Passive samplers for air quality monitoring in a Brazilian university

    The aim of this paper was to evaluate the applicability of passive samplers for the monitoring and diagnosis of air pollution at Passo Fundo University, focusing on atmospheric pollutants NO 2 and O 3 . The samplers were built in accordance with already verified methodologies and were placed in several locations in the university campus, namely: energy generator, pool heating boiler, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Rural house with swimming pool, Perthshire

    At this site in Scotland the owner has achieved a high level of energy independence using a mix of renewable energy sources, including a Gaia-Wind turbine. Average annual wind energy production: 25,000 kWh Background At this site in Kinrossie, Perthshire, the owners’ goal was to achieve a high level of energy independence using a mix of renewable energy ...


    By Gaia-Wind Ltd.

  • It`s Hot in the Y.M.C.A

    The Montclair Y.M.C.A in New Jersey, America has two swimming pools and shower facilities that require constant hot water - presenting a big challenge to the management and maintenance teams. With such a demand on the heat exchangers, limescale build-up has been a perennial problem, not only does it increase fuel usage, but if left unchecked could result in equipment failure. The centre ...


    By Hydropath Holdings Ltd

  • Tunnel Fires: Experiments on Critical Velocity and Burning Rate in Pool Fire During Longitudinal Ventilation

    In this study, the 1/20 reduced-scale experiments using Froude scaling are conducted to investigate the effect of longitudinal ventilation velocity on the burning rate in tunnel fires. The methanol pool fires, acetone pool fires, and n-heptane pool fires with a heat release rate ranging from 2.02 to ~6.15 kW, 2.76 to ~11.04 kW, and 2.23 to ~15.6 kW, respectively, are used. A load cell is used to ...


    By SAGE Publications

  • Experimental investigation of flow-induced vibration in PFBR steam generator sector model

    The 500 MWe Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) is under construction at Kalpakkam. It is a liquid metal sodium-cooled pool-type fast reactor with all primary components located inside a sodium pool. Fission heat is transferred to a secondary sodium system in an intermediate heat exchanger, which is in turn transferred to water in a Steam Generator (SG). The PFBR-SG is a vertical shell and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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