The complexity of the issues which should be taken into account when an energy system is analysed: the resource rational use, the environmental impact of pollutants, the renewable energy sources use, economical aspects (investment, taxes, incentives) require the combination and integration use of more methods, each of them dealing with a specific aspect and offering information only from a point of view.
The project aims to development of an integrated analysis method for the design, operation and diagnosis of the energy systems based on thermodynamic, exergoeconomic and environmental analyses. The method implies mathematical methods adequate for installations and a data acquisition system. The mathematical models include mass and energy (exergy) balances, physical properties of the fuels and fluids, performance characteristics of the machines, technological and environmental constraints. The proposed method will be a useful tool for specialists from research, design and operation of the energy systems. Application of this integrated analysis method will lead to a compromise between energetic, economic and environmental performances.
Organisations with experience in the field of:
• Energy systems;
Organisations type: university; Research; NGO, SME involved in renewable energy, Local/regional Agency involved in renewable energy, other;