In this study the optimal operation of micro-CHP systems producing electricity and heat for a single-family house situated in Italy is addressed considering the effects of heat dissipation relative to thermal storage systems. Three different prime movers have been analyzed separately, and for each of them the operation scheduling that maximizes the revenues for the energy cogeneration with respect to the separate generation has been evaluated by means of an optimization algorithm. © 2014 IEEE.

Optimal operation of residential micro-CHP systems with thermal storage losses modelling

Graditi, G.;Mongibello, L.
2014

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In this study the optimal operation of micro-CHP systems producing electricity and heat for a single-family house situated in Italy is addressed considering the effects of heat dissipation relative to thermal storage systems. Three different prime movers have been analyzed separately, and for each of them the operation scheduling that maximizes the revenues for the energy cogeneration with respect to the separate generation has been evaluated by means of an optimization algorithm. © 2014 IEEE.
9781479947492
pattern search algorithm;micro-CHP;scheduling optimization;prime mover operation;heat storage losses
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