Maria Jangsten

Doctoral Student at Building Services Engineering

Maria Jangsten is conducting a research project with the aim of developing the existing district cooling system in Gothenburg. From an initial investigation of the current situation strategies on how the development can be directed will be proposed. The focus of the project is to explore the possibilities of utilizing higher temperatures and thus more free cooling from Göta River. The project is part of a collaboration between Chalmers and Gothenburg Energi.

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Showing 5 publications

2020

High Temperature District Cooling: Challenges and Possibilities Based on an Existing District Cooling System and its Connected Buildings

Maria Jangsten, Peter J Filipsson, Torbjörn Lindholm et al
Energy. Vol. 199
Journal article
2020

Analysis of operational data from a district cooling system and its connected buildings

Maria Jangsten, Torbjörn Lindholm, Jan-Olof Dalenbäck
Energy. Vol. 203
Journal article
2019

Time to Question the Low Temperatures in District Cooling Systems

Maria Jangsten, Torbjörn Lindholm, Jan-Olof Dalenbäck
Euroheat and Power (English Edition) (III-IV/2019), p. 42-45
Magazine article
2017

Survey of radiator temperatures in buildings supplied by district heating

Maria Jangsten, Johan Kensby, Jan-Olof Dalenbäck et al
Energy. Vol. 137, p. 292-301
Journal article

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2017–2020

Älvkyla 2.0

Jan-Olof Dalenbäck Building Services Engineering
Torbjörn Lindholm Building Services Engineering
Maria Jangsten Building Services Engineering
Göteborg Energi AB

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