On September 20th, you will have the opportunity to visit some installations where state of the art measurements are carried out as part of different research projects. These are:
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (Sept 20th 12:45-14:45)
GSHP installation with two heat pumps (700 and 800 kW cooling capacity) and maximum allowed pumping rates of 50 liters per second. More info here ( click here for an insight (pdf 4,4 MB) ). The visit will be guided by PhD student Mohammad Abuasbeh . The bus departs outside Brinellvägen 68, 114 28 Stockholm at 12:45 and returns to KTH at about 14:45. For those who want to go there by themselves, the address is Rosenborgsgatan 12, 169 04 Solna.
Borehole Thermal Energy Storage (Sept 20th 14:45-16:45)
GSHP with about 1,5 and 2,5 MW heating and cooling capacity using 130 borehole heat exchangers to heat and cool several university buildings ( more info here ). This visit will be guided by Post doctoral fellow Alberto Lazzarotto. Bus departs outside Brinellvägen 68, 114 28 Stockholm at 15:00 and returns to KTH at 16:45. For those who want to go there by themselves, the address is Svante Arreniusväg 16, 114 18 Stockholm.
KTH Live in lab (Sept 20th 14:45-16:45 - Free of charge - registration on site - Optional for those willing to see more of KTH Campus)
A testbed for accelerating innovation rates in the construction and real-estate sectors. The test bed includes borehole heat exchangers of different depths as well as a coaxial test borehole. This link KTH Live-in-lab leads to more info about what you will see in this tour. This visit will be guided by PhD student Willem Mazzotti . The tour starts with a short walk departing from Brinellvägen 68, 114 28 Stockholm at 15:00.