GSHPA Technical Seminar
The Ground Source Heat Pump Association’s Technical Seminar will be hosted by the University of Leeds which has active ground source energy research interests.
The event takes place on 24th May from 10.00 to 16.00.
The following speakers have now been confirmed:
Geothermal Technology for Economic Cooling and Heating
Simon Rees, University of Leeds
Assessing the performance of thermo-active geotechnical structures
David Taborda, Imperial College
Quantifying the accuracy of a radial approximation for pile heat exchangers
Nick Woodman, University of Southampton
Development and validation of a diaphragm wall heat exchanger model
Thermo-active retaining walls: mechanical response and thermal performance
Eleonora Sailer, Imperial College
How can a flowing fracture influence the thermal performance of a borehole heat exchanger and when does it matter?
Sasha Pedchenko, University of Southampton
High temperature heat pumps at Henley Business School
Phil Jones, Building Energy Solutions
Ambient temperature networks
Michael Moggeridge, EON
Development of CP3 “Open-Loop Groundwater Source Heat Pumps: Code of Practice for the UK”
Nic Wincott, Lead author
Hidden Commissioning/Handover costs and risks to GSHP/Closed Circuit ‘HTF’ systems from analysis and methodology
John Westerman, InnoGreen
A New software package from North America for monitoring and controlling new or existing systems
Chris Davidson, GeniusEnergyLab
The event is targeted at academics, industry stakeholders and all those with an interest in the ground source energy industry at a technical level. A reduced rate is offered to GSHPA members and the seminar is free to students. Lunch will be provided.
The seminar is to be held at the School of Civil Engineering main lecture theatre. Details can be found here.
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