تجزیه و تحلیل حساسیت تقاضای انرژی در عملکرد سیستم CCHP
|کد مقاله||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||تعداد کلمات|
|26005||2008||8 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||محاسبه نشده|
Publisher : Elsevier - Science Direct (الزویر - ساینس دایرکت)
Journal : Energy Conversion and Management, Volume 49, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 3491–3497
Sensitivity analysis of energy demands is carried out in this paper to study their influence on performance of CCHP system. Energy demand is a very important and complex factor in the optimization model of CCHP system. Average, uncertainty and historical peaks are adopted to describe energy demands. The mix-integer nonlinear programming model (MINLP) which can reflect the three aspects of energy demands is established. Numerical studies are carried out based on energy demands of a hotel and a hospital. The influence of average, uncertainty and peaks of energy demands on optimal facility scheme and economic advantages of CCHP system are investigated. The optimization results show that the optimal GT’s capacity and economy of CCHP system mainly lie on the average energy demands. Sum of capacities of GB and HE is equal to historical heating demand peaks, and sum of capacities of AR and ER are equal to historical cooling demand peaks. Maximum of PG is sensitive with historical peaks of energy demands and not influenced by uncertainty of energy demands, while the corresponding influence on DH is adverse.
CCHP (combined cooling, heat and power) is an energy supply system that produces cooling, heat and electricity simultaneously from a single source of fuel. Because this new type of energy supply system has advantages in aspects of energy saving and environment protection, the study and application of CCHP in China increase speedily for the urgent needs of energy saving and environment protection. The knowledge of the performance of CCHP system is necessary for developing and spreading this technology. Parameter sensitivity analysis is an important method to understand the characters of CCHP system, and is helpful to the facility evaluation, optimization of sizing and operation strategy of the system. Parameters sensitivity analysis of CCHP system studies the influence of the change of parameter on the optimization results of the system. There are sensitivity analyses about fuel price, electricity price, efficiency of generator etc. ,  and . The sensitivity analysis of energy demands on performance is necessary to study since the main aim of energy supply system is to meet the energy demands, and which are key constants in the constraints of the optimization model. In the aforementioned sensitivity analysis, electrical price, fuel price, etc. are considered as known quantities. However, it is difficult to give accurate values to energy demands because they depend on uncontrollable factors such as weather. A rational description of energy demands is needed before the sensitivity analysis. Normally, a time series of historical energy demands are used to represent the energy demands of a building. Hawkes studied the influence of sampling time interval of energy demands on the optimization of micro-cogeneration system . Nowadays, hourly sampling energy demands are mostly adopted in the study of CCHP system. Piacentino  and Cardona  studied the influence of variable energy demands on performance of CCHP system with data of energy demands of 8760 h. However, their model can only be used for simple facility scheme which is optimized just from a small set of layouts. There are 26280 values of three kinds of energy demands in the 8760 sampling times. The amount of so many values will lead to dimension disaster in the MILP (mixed-integer linear programming) integrated optimization model of facility scheme and operation strategy, which is the optimization model commonly used nowadays  and  and is adopted in this paper. It is impossible to do analysis of each datum of energy demands. Takahshi  uses five variables calculated from 1152 energy demand values to describe the energy demands of cogeneration system. Similar method is adopted in this paper to describe the energy demands. In the MILP model of CCHP system, the hourly sampling energy demands of a year are not inputted directly. The averages of energy demands of each of daily sampling times of each season (or month) compose the energy demands patterns of representative day. Yun uses the energy demands of representative days in the optimization model . In fact, energy demands of same season and same hour of different day present uncertainty and most of them are not equal to the average. Gamou uses a normal distribution function to describe the uncertainty of energy demands of each sampling time . In addition, historical peaks of energy demands are also considered in most MILP model of CCHP. So, energy demands can be described by average, uncertainty and historical peaks. Qualitative sensitivity analyses of them about a hotel and a hospital are carried out in this paper to study their respective influence on sizing and economic feasibility of CCHP system. If one facility capacity or economic index is sensitive with one of the three aspects, the aspect shall be paid more attention when dealing with the index, otherwise, attention and more accurate is unnecessary. And it is helpful to acknowledge the relation between the performance of CCHP system and energy demands.
نتیجه گیری انگلیسی
Average, uncertainty and peaks are used to describe the complex energy demands used in CCHP optimization. The MINLP model with consideration of uncertainty of energy demands is established. The sensitivity analysis about energy demands is done with consideration of the three aspects of energy demands by the four models on two types of buildings. It is shown in the results that the capacity of the key facility of the CCHP system lies mainly on average energy demands. Sum of capacities of GB and HE is equal to historical peaks of heating demand, and sum of capacities of AR and ER is equal to historical peaks of cooling demand. Maximum of PG is sensitive with historical peaks of energy demands and not influenced by uncertainty of energy demands, while the corresponding influence on DH is adverse. The uncertainty of energy demands has little influence on economy evaluation of CCHP. CSR decreases slightly after historical peaks of energy demands are considered. The economy evaluation of CCHP lies mainly on average energy demands. The energy demands’ structure of the hotel and the hospital are different, and the parameters are normal and representative in the model, so the conclusions have universality.