Originally Posted by valhalla360
The only thing to ponder is a 60 degree radiator isn't as cold as a typical AC so how much cooling
will it generate and is there a way to improve the thermal efficency enough that it is effective.
To a certain extent you could overcome this with a much larger surface area, say try a automobile condenser out of a junkyard and a 12V water
pump for an almost no cost attempt, that with a 20" box fan, but you have to be somewhere cold water
is accessible. If you could drop a large amount of air CFM to and have an air exchange every couple of minutes, then I bet it would work
Ground water temp is South Ga. is 68 deg. yr round, I've often contemplated using it as a source of cooling
, have to have a huge radiator to completely cool your house, but what about just absorbing some of the heat, then pass the air onto the regular airconditioning? May cut the bill some?
I'll never do it, too lazy and want to move onto the boat anyway.