William Bronson wrote: Air to earth geothermal storage systems have a counter intuitive approach to condensation in their tubes.
Rather than trying to avoid it, it is key to the efficiency of the systems.
The tubes they use are slotted, perforated black drain pipe.
The phase change of water vapor to to liquid water transmits a great deal of energy, heating and wetting the soil and cooling/drying the air.
The threat of mold or mildew is felt with by the soil organisms.
I would like to to cool a home this way, but to minimize the digging needed, run a coil of water tight air tubing through a pond, lake or pool before filtering the air through the slotted tubing/soil.
That black tubing comes in an un-peforated version as well.
Make it solar has a neat solar pond thin film collector that could work with this during the winter.
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