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PRIMARY ENERGY SAVINGS USING HEAT STORAGE FOR BIOMASS HEATING SYSTEMS

ABSTRACT
District heating is an efficient way to provide heat to residential, tertiary and industrial users. The heat storage unit is an insulated water tank that absorbs surplus heat from the boiler. The stored heat in the heat storage unit makes it possible to heat even when the boiler is not working, thus increasing the heating efficiency. In order to save primary energy (fuel), the boiler operates on nominal load every time it is in operation (for the purpose of this research). The aim of this paper is to analyze the water temperature variation in the heat storage, depending on the heat load and the heat storage volume. Heat load is calculated for three reference days, with average daily temperatures from -5 to 5°C. The primary energy savings are also calculated for those days in the case of using heat storage in district heating.[Projekat Ministarstva nauke Republike Srbije, br. TR 33051: The concept of sustainable energy supply of settlements with energy efficient buildings]
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PAPER SUBMITTED: 2012-05-03
PAPER REVISED: 2012-06-29
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2012-07-11
DOI REFERENCE: https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI120503180M
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2012, VOLUME 16, ISSUE Supplement 2, PAGES [S423 - S431]
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