THERMAL SCIENCE

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IMPACT OF STAND-BY ENERGY LOSSES IN ELECTRONIC DEVICES ON SMART NETWORK PERFORMANCE

ABSTRACT
Limited energy resources and environmental concerns due to ever increasing energy consumption, more and more emphasis is being put on energy savings. Smart networks are promoted worldwide as a powerful tool used to improve the energy efficiency through consumption management, as well as to enable the distributed power generation, primarily based on renewable energy sources, to be optimally explored. To make it possible for the smart networks to function, a large number of electronic devices is needed to operate or to be in their stand-by mode. The consumption of these devices is added to the consumption of many other electronic devices already in use in households and offices, thus giving rise to the overall power consumption and threatening to counteract the primary function of smart networks. This paper addresses the consumption of particular electronic devices, with an emphasis placed on their thermal losses when in stand-by mode and their total share in the overall power consumption in certain countries. The thermal losses of electronic devices in their stand-by mode are usually neglected, but it seems theoretically possible that a massive increase in their number can impact net performance of the future smart networks considerably so that above an optimum level of energy savings achieved by their penetration, total consumption begins to increase. Based on the current stand-by energy losses from the existing electronic devices, we propose that the future penetration of smart networks be optimized taking also into account losses from their own electronic devices, required to operate in stand-by mode.
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PAPER SUBMITTED: 2012-07-17
PAPER REVISED: 2012-08-08
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2012-10-03
DOI REFERENCE: https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI12041239M
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2012, VOLUME 16, ISSUE 4, PAGES [1239 - 1250]
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