Quadgeneration is the simultaneous production of power, heat and cooling and different fuels from flexible feedstocks such as biomass, waste, refinery residue etc. In order to accommodate more renewable energy into the energy system, it is extremely necessary to develop new flexible power plants that can quickly increase or decrease the production of electricity. Such plants should be ultra flexible in terms of production and able to run on many different types of fuels, with one of its major outputs being liquid fuels for the transport sector. The aim of this paper is to integrate district heating energy technology into a Quadgeneration energy system at Jammerbugt municipality in the north of Denmark in a creative and innovative manner that can reduce CO2 emission and fuel limitations, whilst not compromising security of delivering heat and power to the local resident. So, it is essential to think about the design and co-optimization of energy system in this area. ASPEN Plus is used for process integration, where energyPRO is suitable for the investment planning and economic analysis. And also some CFD (Computational fluid dynamics) simulations shall have done for correct measurement of some equipments in the Quadgeneration power plant. This paper presents two models for the investment planning of a Quadgeneration energy system in Jammerbugt municipality, and uses these models for different case studies addressing the system for production of heat, cooling, liquid fuels and electricity.
|Titel||Prooceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Polygeneration|
|Redaktører||Alberto Coronas Salcedo|
|Status||Udgivet - 2011|
|Begivenhed||2nd European Conference on Polygeneration - Tarragona, Spanien|
Varighed: 30 mar. 2011 → 1 apr. 2011
|Konference||2nd European Conference on Polygeneration|
|Periode||30/03/2011 → 01/04/2011|