Mechanical Homeostasis in Architecturally Homeostatic Buildings

Engineering solution to building heating and cooling by maintaining mechanical homeostasis to architecturally homeostatic buildings. Background: Composite heat extraction system is a generalized heat extraction device, comprising a heat pump circuit, a solar thermal panel circuit a cooling tower circuit, with indoor hydronic heat- distribution network Technology Overview: CHES is an invention based on a new fundamental understanding of heat. Heat can be transferred, produced and extracted. Energy solution focuses on the COP of the building indoor environment conditioning equipment, instead of using heat pump alone, incorporated is the use of the heat pump circuit and the cooling tower solar thermal panels in the CHES system. Use of a electric power for managing the building's heat induction and heat removal to be derived, in large measure, from the natural environment's solar energy and nighttime air with superlative energy efficiency, thus creating electrical building. Advantages: Proposed technology works for building cool as well as building heating. Cost effectiveness will influence will create and adopt a duture energy ecosystem of PowerGrid powered by solar farms and wind farms. Production of low carbon emission. Applications: Invention proposes a new mechanical equipment for conditioning building indoor environment that is unlike conventional HVAC equipment. Intellectual Property Summary: US Provisional Filed Stage of Development: Licensing Potential: We seek to develop and commercialize, by an exclusive or non-exclusive license agreement and/or sponsored research, with a company active in the area. Licensing Status: Available for License Additional Information: Mechanical Engineering Architectural homeostasis, mechnical homeostasis, composite heat extraction system (CHES), heat pump,composite heat extraction systems control unit ,
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