Generic Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Model for the Concept Phase of Energy Planning Process
AbstractMicro gas turbines (MGTs) are regarded as combined heat and power (CHP) units which offer high fuel utilization and low emissions. They are applied in decentralized energy generation. To facilitate the planning process of energy systems, namely in the context of the increasing application of optimization techniques, there is a need for easy-to-parametrize component models with sufficient accuracy which allow a fast computation. In this paper, a model is proposed where the non-linear part load characteristics of the MGT are linearized by means of physical insight of the working principles of turbomachinery. Further, it is shown that the model can be parametrized by the data usually available in spec sheets. With this model a uniform description of MGTs from several manufacturers covering an electrical power range from 30
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Gopisetty, S.; Treffinger, P. Generic Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Model for the Concept Phase of Energy Planning Process. Energies 2017, 10, 11.
Gopisetty S, Treffinger P. Generic Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Model for the Concept Phase of Energy Planning Process. Energies. 2017; 10(1):11.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gopisetty, Satya; Treffinger, Peter. 2017. "Generic Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Model for the Concept Phase of Energy Planning Process." Energies 10, no. 1: 11.
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