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Experimental characterization, modeling and simulation of a wood pellet micro-combined heat and power unit used as a heat source for a residential building

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Stéphane Thiers
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Bernard Aoun
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Bruno Peuportier

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Cogeneration provides heat and power in a more efficient way than separate production. Micro-cogeneration (micro-CHP) is an emerging solution for the improvement of energy and environmental assessments of residential buildings. A wood pellet Stirling engine micro-CHP unit has been studied in order to characterize its annual performance when integrated to a building. First, through a test bench experiment, both transient and steady state behaviors of the micro-CHP unit have been characterized and modeled. Then a more complete model representing a hot water and heating system including the micro-CHP unit and a stratified storage tank has been carried out. This model has been coupled to a building model. A sensitivity analysis by simulation shows that the dimensioning of different elements of the system strongly influences its global energy performance.
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hal-00509397 , version 1 (12-08-2010)

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Stéphane Thiers, Bernard Aoun, Bruno Peuportier. Experimental characterization, modeling and simulation of a wood pellet micro-combined heat and power unit used as a heat source for a residential building. Energy and Buildings, 2010, 42 (6), pp.896-903. ⟨10.1016/j.enbuild.2009.12.011⟩. ⟨hal-00509397⟩
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