Large Scale Solar Heating: Evaluation, Modelling and Designing

Alfred Heller

    Research output: Book/ReportPh.D. thesis

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    Abstract

    The main objective of the research was to evaluate large-scale solar heating connected to district heating (CSDHP), to build up a simulation tool and to demonstrate the application of the simulation tool for design studies and on a local energy planning case.
    The evaluation was mainly carried out based on measurements on the Marstal plant, Denmark, and through comparison with published and unpublished data from other plants.
    Evaluations on the thermal, economical and environmental performance are repored, based on experiences from the last decade.
    For detailed designing, a computer simulation model is designed and validated on the Marstal case. Applying the Danish Reference Year, a design tool is presented.
    The simulation tool is used for proposals for application of alternative designs, including high-performance solar collector types (trough solar collectors, vaccum pipe collectors).
    Simulation programs are proposed as control supporting tool for daily operation and performance prediction of central solar heating plants.
    Finaly the CSHP technolgy is put into persepctive with respect to alternatives and a short discussion on the barries and breakthrough of the technology are given.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages164
    ISBN (Print)87-7877-050-5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - Mar 2001
    SeriesReport
    NumberR-046

    Bibliographical note

    The thesis consists also of a Appendix Report with similar title: R-047.

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