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dc.creatorPires, Jairo Afonso Freitas
dc.creatorFarret, Félix Alberto
dc.creatorGonzatti, Frank
dc.relation.ispartofSEPOC 2021por
dc.rightsAcesso Abertopor
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International*
dc.subjectThermal conforteng
dc.subjectPhotovoltaic energyeng
dc.subjectGeothermal energyeng
dc.subjectPeak hourseng
dc.titleUse of Geothermal Exchangers for Thermoaccumulation of the Energy Generated by Climatizers Activated by Photovoltaic Sourcespor
dc.typeTrabalho Publicado em Eventopor
dc.description.resumoThe use of air conditioning is growing up very much in Brazil and in the world in general. That is no longer a luxury, but a necessity, though they have heavy impacts on the consumption of electricity. The alignment between the peak thermal load and the highest solar incidence of solar energy leads the scientific community to search for machines powered by this type of energy. Energy costs are higher when the solar energy is decreasing so recommending a more powerful storage of energy. Regarding this point of view, soil is one of the oldest, universal and most extensive form of thermal energy storage. This paper shows how thermal energy storage can be used to provide air conditioning at very low costs. A simple technology is dicussed showing that it is possible to store energy underground and recover it in a very efficient way to provide thermal comfort.

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  • Proceedings of the 13th Seminar on Power Electronics and Control (SEPOC 2021) [82]
    The Seminar on Power Electronics and Control (SEPOC) is an international conference technically co-sponsored by IEEE-IAS.

    SEPOC 2021 was held online from May 15 to 18, 2021, organized by the IEEE Student Branch and Professional Joint Chapter from the Federal University of Santa Maria (UFSM), the National Institute of Science and Technology on Distributed Generation (INCT-GD), the Graduate Program in Electrical Engineering (PPGEE-UFSM) and the Technology Center (CT/UFSM).
    The objective of the seminar was to provide interaction between academia and industry to discuss the latest cutting-edge technologies on Power Electronics and Control and their applications. The SEPOC 2021 theme was "Photovoltaic Energy and The Consolidation of Distributed Generation".

    Proceedings Editor: Prof. Dr. Fernanda de Morais Carnielutti
    Conference Chair and Proceedings Co-Editor: Prof. Dr. Lucas Vizzotto Bellinaso

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