実測データに基づく日々のエネルギー需要変化を考慮した住宅用コージェネレーションの導入評価 Evaluation of Introducing Micro-Cogeneration System to Residential Houses Based on the Monitored Daily-Basis Energy Demand Data
In order to reduce CO<sub>2</sub> emission from residential sector in Japan, PEFC with high efficiency and low environmental impact is expected as one of the promising micro co-generation (<i>μ</i>CGS) system. However, the energy demand in houses are largely different each other and the profiles are also changed every day. So, when <i>μ</i>CGS is actually introduced, it is necessary to examine the equipment capacity and operation of <i>μ</i>CGS in each house respectively. In this paper, the optimization model is developed in order to evaluate the <i>μ</i>CGS based on daily-basis demand data. Using actually monitored energy demand data in four households, the differences between using daily-basis data and using the monthly average data are evaluated from viewpoints of economic and environmental performance of <i>μ</i>CGS systems. Moreover, by adding the penalty factor to disposal heat of <i>μ</i>CGS, the results have been that system configuration and system operation of <i>μ</i>CGS can attain CO<sub>2</sub> reduction and energy conservation as well as cost reduction.
- 電気学会論文誌. B, 電力・エネルギー部門誌 = The transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. B, A publication of Power and Energy Society
電気学会論文誌. B, 電力・エネルギー部門誌 = The transactions of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan. B, A publication of Power and Energy Society 127(1), 9-18, 2007-01-01
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