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van Rossum, Aron (author)
This thesis addresses a critical challenge in the field of renewable energy, focusing on the efficient utilization of Photovoltaic-thermal (PVT) systems. Despite their promising role in sustainable energy production, PVT systems often grapple with excess heat generation, impacting their efficiency and longevity. The primary objective of this...
master thesis 2024
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Khlebnikova, E. (author), Pothof, I.W.M. (author), van der Zwan, Sam (author), Loverdou, Lefki (author)
This paper presents challenges in the control of 5GDHC networks and proposes an approach for the robust control design of these networks. Temperatures are low and temperature differences are small in 5GDHC networks, in order to minimise heat losses in the distribution network and directly utilise low-temperature heat sources. Therefore, the...
journal article 2024
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van der Roest, E. (author)
The transition from a fossil to a renewable energy system presents challenges in ensuring reliable and affordable energy supply. This dissertation addresses these challenges by proposing an integrated system approach to designing a renewable energy and water system on the neighborhood level. The concept, known as Power-to-H3, involves converting...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Beernink, S.T.W. (author), Hartog, Niels (author), Vardon, P.J. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author)
The technical and economic success of an Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) system depends strongly on its thermal recovery efficiency, i.e. the ratio of the amount of energy that is recovered to the energy that was injected. Typically, conduction most strongly determines the thermal recovery efficiency of ATES systems at low storage...
journal article 2023
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Ahmad, J.I. (author)
Drinking water distribution systems (DWDSs) are intended to supply hygienically safe and biostable water for human consumption. To supply aesthetically pleasant drinking water at the customers tap, water treatment and supply requires energy for production and distribution purposes (e.g. overall between 0.47 kWh/m<sup>3</sup> in the Netherlands)....
doctoral thesis 2022
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Janssen, Femke (author)
Energy demand for heating and cooling makes up 73\% of total energy use of buildings [2]. This figure is expected to increase over the coming decades, as demand for cooling energy may rise in the Netherlands due to climate change. The heating and cooling of buildings are at relatively low temperature compared to the industry and thus allowing...
master thesis 2022
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Beernink, S.T.W. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Kleinlugtenbelt, Rob (author), Hartog, Niels (author)
Low temperature (&lt;25 °C) Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) systems have a world-wide potential to provide low-carbon space heating and cooling for buildings by using heat pumps combined with the seasonal subsurface storage and recovery of heated and cooled groundwater. ATES systems increasingly utilize aquifer space, decreasing the...
journal article 2022
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Dhauri, Sha'ief (author)
Projections show that urban areas are growing at an increasing rate and produce 60% of the global greenhouse gas emissions (United Nations, n.d.). In Europe, the thermal energy sector consumes about half of the energy resources, of which 85% is produced by fossil fuel-based energy systems (Drijver, Bakema, &amp; Oerlemans, 2019). As a result of...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Liu, Haoyue (author)
Aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) is an energy efficient technology to temporarily store groundwater of different temperatures in an aquifer. The basic idea behind ATES is to store thermal energy in warm and cold wells so that the energy can be used for heating and cooling of buildings in the next season. Design and planning of ATES systems...
master thesis 2021
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Maltha, Niels (author)
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) is a geothermal technique that is an important component in the transition towards renewable energy in the heating and cooling industry, which accounts for half of the world's energy consumption. However, the technology has not yet been implemented in many countries. The main reason is that extensive...
master thesis 2021
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Griffioen, Pieter (author)
The transition to renewable energy has lead to many new ways of energy production, such as wind and solar energy. For solar energy power, there is an excess of energy during summer and an deficiency of it during winter, which is reversed for the energy consumption. In order to amend this problem, there is an introduction of new ways of energy...
master thesis 2021
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van der Roest, E. (author), Beernink, S.T.W. (author), Hartog, Niels (author), van der Hoek, J.P. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author)
In the energy transition, multi-energy systems are crucial to reduce the temporal, spatial and functional mismatch between sustainable energy supply and demand. Technologies as power-to-heat (PtH) allow flexible and effective utilisation of available surplus green electricity when integrated with seasonal heat storage options. However, insights...
journal article 2021
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van der Roest, E. (author), Fens, T.W. (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Beernink, S.T.W. (author), van der Hoek, J.P. (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
The fossil-based energy system is transitioning towards a renewable energy system. One important aspect is the spatial and temporal mismatch between intermitted supply and continuous demand. To ensure a reliable and affordable energy system, we propose an integrated system approach that integrates electricity production, mobility, heating of...
journal article 2021
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Koenders, David (author)
Underground thermal energy storage (UTES) is an efficient technique to fulfill the heating and cooling demand of buildings. UTES uses stable subsurface temperatures store and extract energy. This study covers two types of UTES systems: aquifer thermal energy systems (ATES) and borehole heat exchangers (BHE). UTES systems in the Netherlands have...
master thesis 2020
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Tudorică, Raluca (author)
Remote tower allows the provision of air traffic control to one or more aerodromes from a location that is different than the local tower. As such, the air traffic controller or flight information officer is not required to be in the physical aerodrome tower anymore. There are three types of remote tower operations. First, single remote tower is...
master thesis 2020
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Kaya, Oguzhan (author)
All over Europe, the expansion of renewable energy sources is quickly proceeding, fueled by environmental and political motives. The power generated by renewables is heavily subject to the intermittency of the source, e.g. the availability of wind or solar irradiance. Consequently, electrical grids that rely on renewable sources alternate...
master thesis 2020
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Fleuchaus, Paul (author), Schüppler, Simon (author), Bloemendal, Martin (author), Guglielmetti, Luca (author), Opel, Oliver (author), Blum, Philipp (author)
The storage of heat in aquifers, also referred to as Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES), bears a high potential to bridge the seasonal gap between periods of highest thermal energy demand and supply. With storage temperatures higher than 50 °C, High-Temperature (HT) ATES is capable to facilitate the integration of (non-)renewable heat...
journal article 2020
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van der Roest, E. (author), Snip, Laura (author), Fens, T.W. (author), van Wijk, A.J.M. (author)
In the transition from fossil to renewable energy, the energy system should become clean, while remaining reliable and affordable. Because of the intermittent nature of both renewable energy production and energy demand, an integrated system approach is required that includes energy conversion and storage. We propose a concept for a...
journal article 2020
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Smouter, Chris (author)
High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) is a technique for storing large amounts of residual heat in the subsurface. In this report, the thermal deformation resulting from the temperature change in the subsurface is investigated and the resulting risks for buildings are assessed. To do this a case study is done on the TU Delft...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Marif, Kizjè (author)
The thermal recovery efficiency of High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) systems can be limited due to the effect of buoyancy flow of the injected hot water. This thesis has researched the application of a Multiple Partially Penetrating Wells (MPPWs) as a well design method to counteract the effect of buoyancy flow and...
master thesis 2019
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