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EAN (ISBN-13): 9783030348298
Erscheinungsjahr: 2020
Herausgeber: Springer-Verlag

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Autor/in: Ion Visa; Anca Duta; Macedon Moldovan; Bogdan Burduhos; Mircea Neagoe
Titel: Green Energy and Technology; Solar Energy Conversion Systems in the Built Environment
Verlag: Springer; Springer International Publishing
384 Seiten
Erscheinungsjahr: 2020-01-08
Cham; CH
Sprache: Englisch
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IX, 384 p. 220 illus., 193 illus. in color.

EA; E107; eBook; Nonbooks, PBS / Technik/Wärmetechnik, Energietechnik, Kraftwerktechnik; Alternative und erneuerbare Energiequellen und -technik; Verstehen; Renewable energy systems in the built environment; Sustainable energy in the built environment; Solar-thermal systems; Building integrated photovoltaics; Sustainable community; landscape/regional and urban planning; B; Renewable and Green Energy; Sustainable Architecture/Green Buildings; Building Construction and Design; Energy Materials; Landscape/Regional and Urban Planning; Energy Harvesting; Renewable Energy; Sustainable Architecture/Green Buildings; Building Construction and Design; Materials for Energy and Catalysis; Human Geography; Energy Harvesting; Energy; Umweltfreundliche („grüne“) Architektur und („grünes“) Design; Hochbau und Baustoffe; Technische Anwendung von elektronischen, magnetischen, optischen Materialien; Humangeographie; Energieerzeugung und -verteilung; BB

This book focuses on solar energy conversion systems that can be implemented in the built environment, at building or at community level. The quest for developing a sustainable built environment asks for specific solutions to provide clean energy based on renewable sources, and solar energy is considered one of the cleanest available energy on Earth. The specific issues raised by the implementation location are discussed, including the climatic profile distorted by the buildings, the available surface on the buildings for implementation, etc. This book also discusses the seasonal and diurnal variability of the solar energy resource in parallel with the variability of the electrical and thermal energy demand in the built environment (particularly focusing on the residential buildings). Solutions are proposed to match these variabilities, including the development of energy mixes with other renewables (e.g. geothermal or biomass, for thermal energy production). Specific solutions, including case studies of systems implemented on buildings all over the world, are presented and analyzed for electrical and for thermal energy production and the main differences in the systems design are outlined. The conversion efficiency (thus the output) and the main causes of energy losses are considered in both cases. The architectural constraints are additionally considered and novel solar energy convertors with different shapes and colors are presented and discussed.

The durability of the solar energy conversion systems is analyzed considering the specific issues that occur when these systems are implemented in the built environment; based on practical examples, general conclusions are formulated and specific aspects are discussed in relation to experimental results and literature data.

With renewables implemented in the built environment likely to expand in the near future, this book represents welcome and timely material for all professionals and researchers that are aiming to provide efficient and feasible solutions for the sustainable built environment.

Foreword

1.1.         Building, built environment, community

1.2.         Energy demand in the built environment

2.1.         Renewable energy sources: type, potential, assessment

2.1.2. Geothermal

2.1.3 Biomass

2.2.         Available renewable energy potential in the built environment

2.3.         Renewable energy systems

2.3.1.        Photovoltaic systems

2.3.2.        Solar-thermal systems

3.1.         Building integrated photovoltaic systems

3.2.         Design of photovoltaic systems

4.1.         Thermal energy demand at building level

4.2.         Solar-thermal systems in buildings

5.1.     PVT modules

6.2. Energy for nZEC: Steps in implementing renewable energy systems in nZEB and in nZEC

6.3. Operation and energy management

6.5. Emergent trends in using solar energy at community level

1.      The built environment  (70 pg.)             References 2.   Renewable energy sources and systems (110 pg)                      References 3.      Increasing the solar share in electricity production in the built environment  (85 pg.)                       References 4.      Increasing the solar share for heating, cooling and DHW in the built environment (100 pg.) References 5.      PVT systems (20 pg.)                 References 6.      Sustainable communities (40 pg.)           References Renewable Energy Systems and Recycling Sustainable Energy in the Built Environment – Steps towards nZEB Nearly Zero Energy Communities

(1999-2002). To extend the use of this newly developed knowledge and training line, various adults training projects supported the development of specialized courses for teachers (Comenius 2.1. projects: SEE EU Tool, CO: Prof. Ion VISA and CHEMINC, CO: Prof. Anca DUTA) and for different professionals (e.g. the Leonardo da Vinci project: RES&EM ICT Tools, CO: Prof. Ion VISA).

allowed the development of the R&D Institute of the University, with a specific focus on renewable energy systems implemented in the built environment, consisting of 11 low energy buildings and high level infrastructure fully dedicated to research. Using all these resources, many other grants and contracts were developed focusing on the development of novel solar-thermal collectors implemented in the built environment (grants: EST IN URBA, 28/2010 and MATSOL-T, 277/2006) or on the implementation of photovoltaic systems on buildings or in communities (PLATSOL – PV, 752/2006 or EMAX-BIPV/131/2015) or on novel advanced wastewater treatement processes activated by solar radiation (FOTOCOMPLEX, 71-047/2007; NANOVISMAT 162/2012). Additionally, the team was involved in EU projects promoting sustainable energy, as the Bioenergy Train grant (BET, H2020 N 65676/2015) or the COST projects: Building Integration of Solar-Thermal Systems (COST-STSM-TU1205-35351, CO: Prof. dr. eng. Ion Visa) and PEARL-PV (COST Action CA16235, CO: Assoc. prof. dr. eng. Bogdan Burduhos). These allowed to extend the cooperation network and the research topics towards subjects extremely important today as the quest for new and clean energy resources. Based on the R&D results and on the capability of extending these results towards education and training, the authors’ group is well involved in EU structures as the European Sustainable Energy Innovation Alliance, ESEIA (where Prof. Visa is Vice-President); additionally, Prof. Visa was the main proposer of a new Technical Commitee (TC) in the frame of the International Federation for the Promotion of Mechanism and Machine Science, IFToMM. The TC is called Sustainable Energy Systems (CO: Prof. Ion VISA) and aims at implementing the complex concept of “sustainability” for mechanisms and mechanical systems, by defining energy efficiency, along with renewables and clean energy in industry and society.  

The group published the R&D results in over 200 scientific papers most of them in ISI indexed journals as: Renewable Energy, Applied Thermal Engineering, Energy and Buildings, Energy Procedia, International Journal of Green Energy, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, Journal of Photovoltaics, Journal of Energy Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Applied Catalysis B- Environmental Sciences, Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A- Chemistry, Clean Technology and Environmental Policy, etc.

This extensive research activity developed under the coordination of Prof. Ion VISA was recognized also by the Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences, where prof. VISA is full member and by the Romanian Academy, where prof. VISA is member of the Renewable Energy Commission.

Engineering of Renewable Energy Systems, Environmental Engineering for Industrial Processes Wastes Recycling Engineering Materials Science Mechanical Engineering Solar Energy: Technology and Management Product Design for Sustainable Development RDI Institute High Tech Products for Sustainable Development,

Provides insight into the influence of the built environment on the available solar energy in the implementation location

Presents the specific requirements on solar energy conversion systems (photovoltaic and solar-thermal systems) implemented in the built environment

Proposes solutions to increase the conversion efficiency and to mitigate the losses

Discusses the main problems to be solved: solar energy conversion, the energy storage, the durability of the systems



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