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Heat pump > Select > Context menu > Properties / Create a copy

The same data sheet pages are opened: via Create a copy for creating, via Properties for viewing and editing the data sheet.

How to enter your own HP or edit your own HP data:
  1. Open the heat pump database with select.

  2. Select an HP (left mouse button or simply click).

  3. Go to the context menu (right mouse button) Create a copy (left mouse button).

    A copy of this HP data sheet is opened.

  4. Give the new heat pump a name, change the manufacturer, and the description as required.

  5. Go to the tab test points, and fill out the heating power and the COP as in the test points table conforming to EN 14511.

    Notice DIN EN 14825:

    At the moment, the partial load points of inverter heat pumps are converted into full load points according to a physical model. For a more precise calculation, in the next GeoT*SOL version, partial load points according to DIN EN 14825 can be specified.

  6. Go to the tab scope of application, and enter the following for the heat source and heat sink sides:

    • Volume flow rates
    • Temperatures
  7. Save the new HP by clicking OK. The heat pump database is displayed again.

  8. Filter your own heat pumps from the list by clicking the selection box “[user-created products only*”.

How to pass on the data of user-created heat pumps to a colleague:
  1. Go to the file menu and save the project in which the user-created heat pump was used.

  2. Send your colleague the project file, e.g. C:\Users\\Documents\ValentinEnergieSoftware\GeoT*SOL® basic 1.0\Projects\MyHeatPumps.gtprj

  3. This externally created project can be incorporated into GeoT*SOL® via the menu File > Open project. The user-created heat pump is included.

How to enter the operating temperatures of the HP:
  1. Enter 4, 5 or 6 temperature pairs. Just leave the other entry fields blank. If you don’t have data from the manufacturer, click on Default values.

  2. All temperatures must be entered in °C. Start with the coldest heat source temperature / coldest heat sink temperature pair ( )

  3. Continue counter-clockwise as in the image above.

! Please note: the area formed by the temperature pairs may not have a “dent”, it must be concave on all sides. The operating range represented by the inner, red line of the lower image means that this HP cannot be calculated.

Solution: omit this point.

Return to the dialog Select heat pump.