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Earth Tube Heat Exchangers for Environmental Control of Farm Buildings in Semi-arid Northwest India


  • Girja Sharan



This paper presents the experience of using systems such as Earth Tube Heat Exchangers for environmental control in dwellings of zoo animals, and greenhouse in arid area of Kutch. Mention has also been made of the ongoing work to install more such systems in the dairy cattle housing. [W.P. No.2008-01-02]

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  • Girja Sharan, 2010. "Earth Tube Heat Exchangers for Environmental Control of Farm Buildings in Semi-arid Northwest India," Working Papers id:2738, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:2738
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    Earth Tube Heat Exchangers; environmental control; dwellings; zoo animals; greenhouse; Kutch;

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