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1. (IN201817022360) METHOD AND DEVICE FOR INPUTTING THERMAL ENERGY INTO AND REMOVING THERMAL ENERGY FROM A BODY OF WATER

Office : India
Application Number: 201817022360 Application Date: 14.06.2018
Publication Number: 201817022360 Publication Date: 26.10.2018
Publication Kind : A
Prior PCT appl.: Application Number:PCTEP2016079481 ; Publication Number: Click to see the data
IPC:
F28D 20/00F
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Applicants: NATURSPEICHER GMBH
Inventors: SCHECHNER, Alexander
DEROI, Luis
Priority Data: 10 2015 121 177.7 04.12.2015 DE
Title: (EN) METHOD AND DEVICE FOR INPUTTING THERMAL ENERGY INTO AND REMOVING THERMAL ENERGY FROM A BODY OF WATER
Abstract:
(EN) The invention relates to a floating device (1) for inputting thermal energy into a body of water (2) and for removing thermal energy from the body of water (2), wherein the device (1) has a water heat exchanger (4), which is at least partially immersed in the body of water (2) after the device (1) has been placed in the body of water (2), wherein the water heat exchanger (4) has a feed (5) and a discharge (6) for a heat-transfer liquid such that the heat-transfer liquid can give off thermal energy to the body of water (2) or remove thermal energy from the body of water (2). According to the invention, the device (1) also has an air heat exchanger (7), wherein the air heat exchanger (7) has an air inlet (8) for the entry of ambient air and an air outlet (9) for the exiting of the ambient air that previously entered the air heat exchanger (7) via the air inlet (8), and wherein the air heat exchanger (7) also has an inlet (11) for water (25) originating from the body of water (2) and an outlet (12) for the water (25) supplied via the inlet (11) such that water (25) from the body of water (2) can flow through the air heat exchanger (7) and can subsequently leave the air heat exchanger, wherein thermal energy can be transferred between the ambient air flowing through the air heat exchanger (7) and the water (25) flowing through the air heat exchanger (7).
Also published as:
EP3221655CA3007378ES2674437DK3221655CN108700391US20180356163
BR112018011276WO/2017/093426