Heat Pumps, Mechanical Engineering

Write an essay on air, water and soil-based heat pumps. Discuss the advantages and the disadvantages of each system. For each system identify the conditions under which that system is preferable over the other two. In what situations would you not recommend a heat pump heating system?
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