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Khan, Umara (author), Zevenhoven, Ron (author), Stougie, L. (author), Tveit, Tor Martin (author)
Heat pumps (HPs) which use low temperature (waste) heat and renewable energy sources to provide high temperature heat are widely regarded as a critical technology for reducing carbon dioxide emissions in the industrial sector. The HighLift technology considered here can provide high temperature output heat up to around 200 °C. This article...
journal article 2023
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Linck, Charlie (author)
Vopak has the vision to become climate neutral by 2050 (Scope 1 and 2 emissions). Currently, over 99% of its CO2 emissions originate from storage terminal activities. Action must be taken to reduce these emissions by converting the current (fossil fuel-based) generation of electricity to sustainable energy.<br/><br/>This study aims to research...
master thesis 2022
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Battisti, F. G. (author), de Araujo Passos, L.A. (author), da Silva, A. K. (author)
Investigating supercritical natural fluids for efficient and clean energy production has become a trending research topic due to their technical and environmental advantages. However, on account of the supercritical operational conditions, using specially-developed components increases manufacturing prices, especially when dealing with solar...
journal article 2022
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Abrahamsen, Asger Bech (author), Liu, D. (author), Magnusson, Niklas (author), Thomas, Arwyn (author), Azar, Ziad (author), Stehouwer, Ewoud (author), Hendriks, Ben (author), Van Zinderen, Gerrit-Jan (author), Deng, Fujin (author), Chen, Zhe (author), Karwatzki, Dennis (author), Mertens, Axel (author), Parker, Max (author), Finney, Stephen (author), Polinder, H. (author)
A method for comparing the levelized cost of energy (LCoE) of different superconducting drive trains is introduced. The properties of a 10-MW MgB<sub>2</sub> superconducting direct-drive generator and the cost break down of the nacelle components are presented and scaled up to a turbine with a rotor diameter of up to 280 m. The partial load...
journal article 2018
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Ashuri, T. (author), Zaaijer, M B (author), Martins, JRRA (author), Zhang, J (author)
Wind energy has experienced a continuous cost reduction in the last decades. A popular cost reduction technique is to increase the rated power of the wind turbine by making it larger. However, it is not clear whether further upscaling of the existing wind turbines beyond the 5–7MW range is technically feasible and economically attractive. To...
journal article 2016
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