engine-based combined heat and power, Electrical Engineering

In this assignment, you will investigate the low-carbon technology that would be most suitable to provide heat and power for a domestic building.

• Using information try to identify the main energy demands associated with a domestic building (e.g. electricity for lighting and appliances, space heating, hot water etc.)

• With knowledge of the demands in your building investigate the technical characteristics of the below technology:

1. Engine-based combined heat and power, gas consumption.

The assignment hand-in should take the form of a short report in which you should: identify and justify the main building energy demands; describe the characteristics of the above technology, giving pros and cons (including costs) ;

 

 

Posted Date: 3/21/2013 2:48:40 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- engine-based combined heat and power, Assignment Help, Ask Question on engine-based combined heat and power, Get Answer, Expert's Help, engine-based combined heat and power Discussions

Write discussion on engine-based combined heat and power
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Q. A 5-kVA, 480:120-V, two-winding, 60-Hz, single-phase transformer has an efficiency of 95% while delivering rated load at rated voltage and 0.8 power factor lagging. This transfo

what is force?

Bivector Meter As it is clear from the name provided 'Bivector', it records kWh and kVAh consumption along with maximum demand on both or on any one as needed. The working pri

explain dynamically induced emf and derive expression for it

Q. What do you mean by Blocking Probability? Blocking Probability:Blocking probability P is defined as probability that all the servers in system are busy. When all servers are

A symmetrical fluctuating message, with |f(t)| max = 6.3 V and KCR = 3, is to be encoded by using an encoder that employs an 8-bit natural binary code to encode 256 voltage levels

Q. A current of 65 A is measured with an analog ammeter having a probable error of ±0.5% of full scale of 100 A. Find the maximum probable percentage error in the measurement.

Surge Current It is  the maximum admissible peak value of  a sinusoidal half  cycle of 10 ms duration at a frequency of 50Hz. The  value is specified at a given junction tem

Dielectric Heating Dielectric  losses  occur in  insulating materials. These are same  as hysteresis losses  in magnetic materials. When  an alternating  electric  field  is a

Q. For the circuit shown in Figure, develop and execute a PSpice program to obtain the node voltages and the current through each element.