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Shahryar Garmsiri   Mr.  Graduate Student or Post Graduate 
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Shahryar Garmsiri published an article in June 2016.
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Marc A. Rosen

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Clean Energy Research Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; 2000 Simcoe Street North Oshawa Ontario L1H 7K4 Canada

Gordon Rymal Smith

1 shared publications

Change Energy Services, 2070 Hadwen Road, Suite 101A, Mississauga, ON L5K 2C9, Canada

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BOOK-CHAPTER 4 Reads 0 Citations Recovery of Sewer Waste Heat vs. Heat Pumps Using Borehole Geothermal Energy Storage for a Small Community Water Heating... Muyiwa Adaramola, Shahryar Garmsiri Published: 13 June 2016
Climate Change and the Future of Sustainability, doi: 10.1201/b21182-15
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Article 3 Reads 0 Citations Integration of transportation energy processes with a net zero energy community using captured waste hydrogen from elect... Shahryar Garmsiri, Seama Koohi-Fayegh, Marc A. Rosen, Gordon... Published: 01 May 2016
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.11.191
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Article 3 Reads 3 Citations Integration of Wind Energy, Hydrogen and Natural Gas Pipeline Systems to Meet Community and Transportation Energy Needs:... Shahryar Garmsiri, Marc A. Rosen, Gordon Rymal Smith Published: 30 April 2014
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su6052506
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The potential benefits are examined of the “Power-to-Gas” (P2G) scheme to utilize excess wind power capacity by generating hydrogen (or potentially methane) for use in the natural gas distribution grid. A parametric analysis is used to determine the feasibility and size of systems producing hydrogen that would be injected into the natural gas grid. Specifically, wind farms located in southwestern Ontario, Canada are considered. Infrastructure requirements, wind farm size, pipeline capacity, geographical dispersion, hydrogen production rate, capital and operating costs are used as performance measures. The model takes into account the potential production rate of hydrogen and the rate that it can be injected into the local gas grid. “Straw man” systems are examined, centered on a wind farm size of 100 MW integrating a 16-MW capacity electrolysis system typically producing 4700 kg of hydrogen per day.