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Simulation Models to Size and Retrofit District
Sartor, Kevin
2017In Energies, 10 (12)
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Keywords :
DHN; District heating network; modelica; CHP Plant; dynamic modeling
Abstract :
[en] District heating networks are considered as convenient systems to supply heat to consumers while reducing CO2 emissions and increasing renewable energies use. However, to make them as profitable as possible, they have to be developed, operated and sized carefully. In order to cope with these objectives, simulation tools are required to analyze several configuration schemes and control methods. Indeed, the most common problems are heat losses, the electric pump consumption and the peak heat demand while ensuring the comfort of the users. In this contribution, a dynamic simulation model of all the components of the network is described. It is dedicated to assess some energetic, environmental and economic indicators. Finally, the methodology is used on an existing application test case namely the district heating network of the University
Disciplines :
Energy
Author, co-author :
Sartor, Kevin ;  Université de Liège - ULiège > Département d'aérospatiale et mécanique > Systèmes de conversion d'énergie pour un dévelop.durable
Language :
English
Title :
Simulation Models to Size and Retrofit District
Publication date :
01 December 2017
Journal title :
Energies
ISSN :
1996-1073
Publisher :
Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI), Switzerland
Volume :
10
Issue :
12
Peer reviewed :
Peer Reviewed verified by ORBi
Funders :
ULiège - Université de Liège [BE]
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