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Title: Modeling of Canadian well
Authors: Nachar, Mohamad Al
Sharaf Edine, Abdallah
Advisors: Karam, Wissam
Subjects: Candian Well
Issue Date: 2012
This project consists of presenting the Canadian Well, its function, its installation, all of its components and calculating the temperature at the output of the pipe of the Canadian Well system buried at a specific depth under the soil. To achieve this goal, the first step is a study of the ambient temperature, the sun radiation and the sky night with respect to time all over the year. The second one is a calculation of the heat transfer in the soil from the surface of the earth to the wall of the pipe is made. Then, a calculation of heat transfer in the pipe is done from its input to its output. The result will be the temperature at the output of the pipe in function of ambient temperature, sun radiation, sky night and time.
Includes bibliographical references (p.45-46).

Supervised by Dr. Wissam Karam.
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Type: Project
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