Passive Annual Heat Storage Improving the Design of

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Still the World’s Most Advanced Text on Earth Sheltering and Passive Solar Design!

Passive Annual Heat Storage (PAHS) is a method of collecting heat in the summertime, by cooling the home naturally, storing it in the earth naturally, then returning the heat to the home in the winter. It includes extensive use of natural heat flow methods and the arrangement of building materials to direct heat from wherever you get it to wherever you want it, all without using machinery to make it work. With the rising cost of energy, all home builders should become familiar with basic PAHS principles.

The goal of Passive Annual Heat Storage is to provide a method of placing building materials and organizing construction so the comfortable environments produced are continuously pleasant. The resulting subterranean home interiors are balanced with the natural environment and are able to extract all of their energy needs from their surroundings without using any commercial energy sources. Thus, there is no longer any need for using mechanical devices or causing any disruption in global ecosystems.

Build a home that naturally stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer! ....read more

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  1. Yiyhin says:

    If you want an exact temperature, well I can not give you that nor can anonye else really. It depends on the system you have, the placement of it, and the amount of sun that is beating on it. Can you get it as hot/hotter than a gas/electric water heater even in the middle of winter in Ohio?..Yes.Solar panels can cool a house of 5,000 sq. ft. in full if you had enough of them. Even if you buy one panel it will reduce the cooling cost. If you only want to run the cooling off the sun, then it would not required a huge panel array, especially if you have battery banks to capture the power when the A/C is not on. Personally I have two 180w Evergreen Solar panels hooked to a few deep-cycled batteries, then hooked to DCBreeze set to 24v. if you want to use an AC air conditioner rather than DC, it will take a little more power (therefor panels) due to the loss in the conversion and voltage step up. My house is solar, but the A/C is hooked to its own system so that I do not drain the houses batteries unexpectedly (That an the house is 120v AC)A solar pool heater, well if you mean the black thing that the water flows though and gets heated by the sun beating on it, yes I use to have one when I still had my pool and it kept it about 10F hotter than without. It hooked up after the filter, but before the water reentered the pool. If you are talking about a solar cover, my experiences the first 6 inches were nice and warm, the rest cold.

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