Projekt

Dynamic behaviour of different heat pump set ups

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Sted

København og omegn

Integrating the heating and the electricity sector has been identified as a promising approach to efficiently accommodate large shares of transient renewable energy like wind power. One approach to convert electric power into heat is to make use of large-scale heat pumps and electric boilers supplying the district heating grid. It is especially promising as district heating grids and thermal storages in the grid provide a large amount of heat storage capacity and thus flexibility as to when the necessary heat is produced. This enables the use of power-to-heat units to provide balancing services to the electricity grid.

However, most large heat pumps that have been installed to supply district heating, have been designed for base load operation, i.e. they have not been optimized to react quickly to signals from the electricity grid. Accordingly, there is a lack of knowledge about how fast large heat pumps can actually start-up and shut-down, how they perform during regulation and what the limiting factors are to be able to react faster.

The aim of this project is to find design criteria which enhance heat pumps' dynamic behaviour. To answer this question different heat pump set up's should be simulated in Dymola/Modelica. An introduction into to the program will be given and it is expected that the student is interested in becoming familiar with it.







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Kontakt

Virksomhed/organisation

DTU Mekanik

Navn

Wiebke Meesenburg

Stilling

Ph.d.-studerende

Mail

wmeese@mek.dtu.dk

Vejleder-info

Kandidatuddannelsen i Bæredygtig Energi

Vejleder

Wiebke Meesenburg

Type

Kandidatspeciale

Skal have taget

41420, 41402

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