20101209 system integration project 2, progress meeting presentation

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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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20101209 system integration project 2, progress meeting presentation

  1. 1. Electrical and thermal energy balance analysis for an off-grid campground site<br />December 9, 2010<br />Supervisors<br />Prof. dr. ir. J.L.M. Hensen<br />Dr. dipl.-ing M. Trcka<br />B. Lee MSc<br />ing. Jeroen van Hellenberg Hubar<br />SIP II progress<br />Jan 2011<br />Sep 2010<br />
  2. 2. Outline<br />Progress of last month<br />Results<br />Next month<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 1<br />8-12-2010<br />
  3. 3. Progress of the last month<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 2<br />8-12-2010<br />Today<br />12/11/10<br />10/12/10<br />Today<br />09/12/10<br />Today<br />Today<br />17/12/10<br />Today<br />24/12/10<br />
  4. 4. Results<br />Off grid campground<br />Autonomous grid<br />Stand alone grid<br />Differences with a grid connected systems <br />Operational capacity is matched to the demand,<br />The energy need of the local region has the priority,<br />The operation of the supply system is mainly seasonal, therefore based on seasonal renewable energy technologies,<br />The demand and supply should be in equilibrium. One way to do this by energy storage.<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 3<br />8-12-2010<br />
  5. 5. Results<br />Research on renewable energy technologies<br />Key indicators<br />Price of the electricity generation [Incl. design, maintenance, operation, etc]<br />CO2-emissions [Excl. raw materials]<br />Efficiency of energy transformation<br />Typical energy yield<br />Land use on Texel <br />Availability<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 4<br />8-12-2010<br />
  6. 6. Results<br />Research on renewable energy technologies<br />Investigated renewable energy technologies<br />Urban wind energy<br />Big wind energy<br />Photovoltaic (PV)<br />Solar thermal<br />Hydropower<br />Geothermal<br />Biomass<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 5<br />8-12-2010<br />
  7. 7. Results<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 6<br />8-12-2010<br />Research on renewable energy technologies<br />Some sources<br /><ul><li>A. Evans, V. Strezov and T.J. Evans, “Assessment of sustainability indicators for renewable energy technologies” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews,  Volume 13, Issue 5, June 2009, Pages 1082-1088
  8. 8. REN21 2010, Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st century, “Renewables 2010 – Global status report”, Paris 2010.
  9. 9. R.J.C. van Zolingen, M.C.M. van de Sanden and R.A.J. Janssen, “SolarCells reader for the course 3y280”, Eindhoven University of technology
  10. 10. R. van den Broek, A. Fraaij and A. van Wijk, “biomass combustion for power generation” Biomass and Bioenergy Vol. 11, No4, pp 271-281, 1996</li></li></ul><li>Results<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 7<br />8-12-2010<br />
  11. 11. Results<br />Electrical energy storage<br />Ni-Cd batteries<br />Lead-Acid batteries<br />Fuel cells<br />Flow batteries<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 8<br />8-12-2010<br />Thermal energy storage<br /><ul><li>Hot water buffer tank
  12. 12. Seasonal thermal storage
  13. 13. Phase Change Materials (PCM’s)</li></ul>Energy storage<br />
  14. 14. Results<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 9<br />8-12-2010<br />Sources:<br /><ul><li>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
  15. 15. 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</li></li></ul><li>Results<br />Thermal Energy Storage; PCM’s<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 10<br />8-12-2010<br />Sources:<br /><ul><li>A. Felix Regin, S.C. Solanki, J.S. Saini, “Heat transfer characteristics of thermal energy storage system using PCM capsules: A Review”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy reviews 12 (2008) 2438 – 2458.
  16. 16. Atul Sharma, V.V. Tyagi, C.R. Chen, D. Buddhi, “Review on thermal energy storage with phase change materials and applications” , Renewable and Sustainable Energy reviews 13 (2009) 318 – 345.</li></li></ul><li>Results<br />Computer tools<br />Equilibrium tools;<br />Tools that seeks to explain the behavior of supply, demand and prices in a whole economy or part of an economy with several or many markets.<br />Possible interesting simulation software;<br />BALMOREL<br />ENPEP – BALANCE<br />INFORS<br />MARKAL / TIMES<br />MESAP PlaNet<br />MESSAGE<br />MiniCAM<br />NEMS<br />ORCED<br />PERSEUS<br />PRIMES<br />UniSyd 3.0<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 11<br />8-12-2010<br />
  17. 17. Results<br />Computer tools<br />Simulation tools;<br />Tools that simulates the operation of a given energy system to supply a given set of energy demands. <br />Possible interesting simulation software;<br />EMCAS<br />EnergyPLAN<br />EnergyPRO<br />GTMax<br />H2RES<br />HOMER<br />LEAP<br />SimREN<br />STREAM<br />TRNSYS<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 12<br />8-12-2010<br />
  18. 18. Result<br />Computer tools<br />Available;<br />BALMOREL<br />EnergyPLAN<br />ENPEP – BALANCE<br />HOMER<br />LEAP<br />MESSAGE<br />MiniCAM<br />NEMS<br />ORCED<br />STREAM<br />TRNSYS<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 13<br />8-12-2010<br />
  19. 19. Plan for the next month<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 14/<br />8-12-2010<br />
  20. 20. Questions<br />/ Physics of the Built Environment<br />PAGE 15<br />8-12-2010<br />

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