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Progress presentation of the initial study for my graduation (named System Integration Project II). …

Progress presentation of the initial study for my graduation (named System Integration Project II).

Graduation theme is “Electrical and thermal energy balance analysis for an off-grid campground site”. The graduation research is performed at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the research group of prof.dr.ir Jan Hensen. Each month all the graduate students have to present their progress of the last month.


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  • 1. Electrical and thermal energy balance analysis for an off-grid campground site
    January 20, 2010
    Supervisors
    Prof. dr. ir. J.L.M. Hensen
    Dr. dipl.-ing M. Trcka
    B. Lee MSc
    ing. Jeroen van Hellenberg Hubar
    SIP II progress
    Jan 2011
    Sep 2010
  • 2. Outline
    Progress of last month
    Results
    Next month
    / Building Physics & Systems
    PAGE 1
    20-1-2011
  • 3. Progress of the last month
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 2
    20-1-2011
    Today
    22/12/11
    23/12/11
    07/01/11
    18/01/11
    28/01/11
  • 4. Results
    Electrical energy storage
    Ni-Cd batteries
    Lead-Acid batteries
    Fuel cells
    Flow batteries
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 3
    20-1-2011
    Thermal energy storage
    • Sensible heat storage
    • 5. Latent heat storage
    Phase Change Materials (PCM’s)
    • Thermo-chemical heat storage
    Energy storage
  • 6. Results
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 4
    20-1-2011
    Source:
    • J.K. Kaldellis, D. Zafirakis, K. Kavadias, “Techno-economic comparison of energy storage systems for island autonomous networks” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2009) 378-392
  • Results
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 5
    20-1-2011
    Source:
    • Marc Beaudin, HamidrezaZareipour, Anthony Schellenberglabe and William Rosehart. “Energy storage for mitigating the variability of renewable energy sources: an updates review” Energy for sustainable development 14 (2010) 302-314
  • Results
    Energy Storage
    Each type of energy storage has its own
    specific function
    temperature range
    capacity
    Dependent on the demand profile (time)
    Dependent on the supply profile (time)
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 6
    20-1-2011
  • 7. Results
    Energy profile
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 7
    20-1-2011
    Wind energy
    • Wind speed [m/s]
    • 8. Wind direction [o]
    Solar energy
    • Global radiation [Kj/h m2]
    • 9. Temperature [oC]
    0o = North
    90o = East
    180o = South
    270o = West
    360o = North
  • 10. Results
    Computer tools
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 8
    20-1-2011
    Useful
    Available
    TRNSYS is a simulation tool with the main purpose to simulate modular structured models for community energy-systems.
    As well as demand side as supply side can be modeled and simulated.
  • 24. Results
    Research Question SIP II
    “Which renewable energy technologies are the most suitable to supply the electrical and thermal energy balance of an off-grid campground, and in which way will these renewable energy technologies be integrated in the off-grid energy supply system?”
    Not a clear answer, depend on the demand / supply profiles
    Each renewable energy technology has parameters which are not yet set (time, location, technology)
    To prevent a high use of energy storage, different renewable energy technologies will be used
    System integration strategy; Always use the supply systems (renewable energy technologies, when these are not sufficient generation technologies will be used (heat pump, CHP), for problematic situations an diesel power generator can be used as backup. The overall goal is to supply the energy demand of the campground with 100% renewable energy.
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 9
    20-1-2011
  • 25. Plan for the next month
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 10/
    20-1-2011
  • 26. Next month
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 11
    20-1-2011
    Graduation proposal
    • Develop a methodology to evaluate different renewable energy technologies for off-grid campgrounds
    Model and simulation in TRNSYS
    • The demand of the different campground buildings and facilities within time;
    • 27. The energy profile of each individual renewable energy technology;
    • 28. The supplied energy from the renewable energy technologies;
    • 29. The need of energy storage
    • 30. The final penetration of the renewable energy technologies.
  • Questions
    / Physics of the Built Environment
    PAGE 12
    20-1-2011