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Marc Rosen published an article in January 2019.
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Enrique Herrera-Viedma

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Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence, University of Granada, GRANADA, Granada Spain 18071 ()

Ibrahim Dincer

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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Canada

Neven Duić

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Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, University of Zagreb, Ivana Lucica 5, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia

G. F. Naterer

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Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

Jiří Jaromír Klemeš

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Sustainable Process Integration Laboratory, NETME Centre, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology, Technická 2896/2, 616 69 Brno, Czech Republic

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Optimization of a triple cycle based on a solid oxide fuel cell and gas and steam cycles with a multiobjective genetic a... M.A. Ehyaei, Marc A. Rosen Published: 01 January 2019
Energy Conversion and Management, doi: 10.1016/j.enconman.2018.11.023
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Comparative study of solar-powered underfloor heating system performance in distinctive climates Mohammad Sadjad Karimi, Farivar Fazelpour, Marc A. Rosen, Me... Published: 01 January 2019
Renewable Energy, doi: 10.1016/j.renene.2018.06.074
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Sizing a stand-alone solar-wind-hydrogen energy system using weather forecasting and a hybrid search optimization algori... Weiping Zhang, Akbar Maleki, Marc A. Rosen, Jingqing Liu Published: 01 January 2019
Energy Conversion and Management, doi: 10.1016/j.enconman.2018.08.102
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Modified exergy and modified exergoeconomic analyses of a solar based biomass co-fired cycle with hydrogen production Anahita Moharramian, Saeed Soltani, Marc A. Rosen, S.M.S. Ma... Published: 01 January 2019
Energy, doi: 10.1016/j.energy.2018.10.197
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BOOK-CHAPTER 0 Reads 0 Citations Contributors Daniel Aelenei, Laura Aelenei, Rafaela A. Agathokleous, Fran... Published: 01 January 2019
Handbook of Energy Efficiency in Buildings, doi: 10.1016/b978-0-12-812817-6.09989-7
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Investigation of Heat Extraction Methods from Cuprous Chloride for Improving the Efficiency of the Thermochemical Copper... Ofelia A. Jianu, Sukhpreet S. Manan, Marc A. Rosen Published: 15 December 2018
European Journal of Sustainable Development Research, doi: 10.20897/ejosdr/3976
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CONFERENCE-ARTICLE 4 Reads 0 Citations Modelling Thermally Interacting Multiple Boreholes with Variable Heating Strength Marc Rosen, Seama Koohi-Fayegh Published: 07 November 2012
doi: 10.3390/wsf2-01165
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Various heat transfer models are reported for vertical ground heat exchangers, and several basic analytical and numerical models of vertical heat exchangers are described and compared, and recent developments are discussed. To examine the effect of temperature rise in the soil surrounding a vertical ground heat exchanger on the performance of the ground heat pump, the heat transfer model that represents the temperature rise and heat flows outside the borehole is often coupled to the models inside the borehole via the borehole wall temperature. This temperature is an important factor that affects the heat delivery/removal strength of the system to/from the ground. In the current study, the results of a semi-analytical model that couples a model outside the borehole with one inside the borehole taking into account the transient borehole wall temperature is described. The results of this model for a constant borehole wall temperature are compared with those for a transient one with a numerical model. It is shown that transient borehole wall temperature results in more accurate temperatures for the circulating fluid flowing to the heat pump.
CONFERENCE-ARTICLE 5 Reads 0 Citations An Exergy Based Approach to Noise Prevention in Wind Turbines: Concept and Preliminary Assessment Ofelia Jianu, Marc Rosen, Greg Naterer Published: 30 October 2012
doi: 10.3390/wsf2-01163
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Unsustainable human activities and practices are polluting water supplies and emitting to the atmosphere greenhouse gases as well as compounds that erode the earth\'s protective ozone layer. The potential impact on human health and economic costs associated with global warming have motivated scientists and engineers to seek sustainable technologies. One such technology is the wind turbine, which harnesses energy from the wind. However, a significant hindrance preventing the widespread use of wind turbines is the noise they produce. This study examines flow over an object and the consequent noise generation produced by this flow-structure interaction. Flow over a cylinder has been chosen as the benchmark. The aim of this study is to correlate three main characteristic parameters of the system, namely, the generated sound pressure level, the exergy destroyed, and the normal flow velocity). The main motivation for this work is to relate the exergy destruction to the noise generated in the flow to improve understanding and to provide a correlation can be utilized to reduce or minimize the noise of wind turbines.
CONFERENCE-ARTICLE 5 Reads 0 Citations Analyzing the Interruption Processes in the Generator Circuit Breaker through Sustainability Concepts Cornelia Bulucea, Marc Rosen, Doru Nicola, Nikos Mastorakis,... Published: 29 October 2012
doi: 10.3390/wsf2-00908
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The concepts of science, including concepts related to sustainability including exergy and embodied energy, were developed to describe our knowledge about aspects of the universe. A convincing example of the usefulness of embodied energy and exergy for analyzing systems which transform energy is the generator circuit-breaker (GCB) disconnection process. Nowadays, the electric connection circuits of power plants (based on fossil fuels as well as renewable sources) entail GCBs at the generator terminals, since the presence of that electric equipment offers many advantages related to the sustainability of a power plant. A classic circuit-breaker is an automatically electrical switch designed to protect against inherent operation faults, such as overload or short-circuit. A generator circuit-breaker is located between the generator and the main step-up transformer, this location influencing the operating conditions since GCBs are significantly more difficult to apply to some operating regimes than classical network circuit-breakers. Consequently, the electrical and mechanical performance required of a GCB exceeds the requirements of a standard distribution circuit-breaker. Generally, a circuit-breaker must detect a fault condition, and once a fault is detected, electric contacts within the circuit-breaker must open to interrupt the circuit. In an alternating current (a.c.) circuit the interruption of a short-circuit is performed by the circuit-breaker at the natural passing through zero of the short-circuit current. During the current interruption, an electric arc is generated between the opened contacts of the circuit-breaker. This arc must be cooled and extinguished in a controlled way. Since the synchronous generator stator can flow via high asymmetrical short-circuit currents, which will not pass through zero (at least on one phase) many time periods after the fault appearance, the phenomena which occur in the case of short-circuit currents interruption determine the main stresses of the generator circuit-breaker; the current interruption requirements of a GCB are significantly higher than for the distribution network circuit breakers. Although the phenomena produced in the electric arc at the terminals of the circuit-breaker are complicated and not completely explained, the concept of exergy is useful in understanding the physical phenomena. The electric arc study can prove that the limits between the microscopic and macroscopic phenomena are fragile and certain phenomena could be studied in related frames of work. The electric arc that occurs during the interruption processes in a circuit-breaker can be studied as a very high temperature continuous plasma discharge, and thermodynamic parameters must be taken into consideration; alternatively it could be seen as an electric conductor by a resistance depending on the current intensity (under a constant low voltage) and studied within the Faraday's macroscopic theory. Electric arc interruption is of great importance, because an uncontrolled electrical arc in the apparatus could become destructive since, once initiated, an arc will draw more and more current from a fixed voltage supply until the apparatus is destroyed. However, the appearance of an electric arc at the terminals of the circuit-breaker should not be necessarily seen as a damaging phenomenon since if the electric arc would not appear the network embedded magnetic energy would be converted to electric energy, leading further to high over-voltages. Consequently, during the conversion process of the system magnetic energy in the arc thermal energy, the exergy is not destroyed, and it must be taken into consideration as embodied energy, used further on in the interrupting process. Just after the short-circuit current interruption by the generator circuit-breaker (when the GCB has been subjected to a 50,000 degree plasma arc), between its opened contacts arises the transient recovery voltage (TRV) which constitutes the most important dielectric stress after the electric arc extinction. If the rising rate of TRV exceeds the rising rate of dielectric strength across the open gap within the extinction chamber of the GCB, the electric arc will rekindle (re-strike) and this time the electric arc exergy will be entirely used in a mechanical destructive process determined by the electrodynamics forces. Since the magnitude and shape of the TRV occurring across the generator circuit-breaker are critical parameters in the recovering gap after the current zero, in this paper, we model, for the case of the faults fed by the main step-up transformer, the equivalent configurations, with operational impedances, for the TRV calculation, taking into account the main transformer parameters, on the basis of the symmetrical components method. This study focuses on this fault location because the transformer-fed-fault currents can be very high since the full energy of the power system feeds the faults.
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