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COST AND ENERGY EFFICIENT MODERNIZATION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS IN UKRAINE
Tetiana Rapina, Marjana Šijanec Zavrl, Henrik Gjerkeš, 2016, short scientific article

Abstract: Improvement of the energy efficiency of existing buildings in EU has great potential in the efforts to reduce energy consumption, which is with no doubt relevant issue also for Ukraine. In this article the importance of public building stock modernization was analysed with special focus on school buildings. The optimal cost methodology was used to evaluate not only the economic, but also environmental as well as social effects of school building stock modernization. In searching for the optimal level of energy-efficient modernization of school buildings in Ukraine, the European and Slovenian experiences were used. It is demonstrated that the sustainable reconstruction with the nearly-Zero Energy Building (nZEB) guidelines, as defined in EU regulations, is feasible with good results and can be recommended also for reconstruction of school buildings in Ukraine.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Improvement of the energy efficiency of existing buildings in EU has great...
Keywords: cost optimum, energy efficiency, nearly zero energy building, building envelope, heating
Published: 15.04.2016; Views: 4161; Downloads: 0
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Temperature-controlled airflow ventilation in operating rooms compared with laminar airflow and turbulent mixed airflow
Malin Alsved, A. Civilis, P. Ekolind, Tina Šantl Temkiv, Jakob Löndahl, 2017, original scientific article

Found in: ključnih besedah
Summary of found: ...Surgical site infection, BioTrak, Fluorescence, Energy efficiency, Temperature-controlled ventilation, Air sampling...
Keywords: Surgical site infection, BioTrak, Fluorescence, Energy efficiency, Temperature-controlled ventilation, Air sampling
Published: 04.01.2021; Views: 1298; Downloads: 0
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Electrolysis energy efficiency of highly concentrated FeCl[sub]2 solutions for power-to-solid energy storage technology
Matjaž Valant, Uroš Luin, 2022, original scientific article

Abstract: An electrochemical cycle for the grid energy storage in the redox potential of Fe involves the electrolysis of a highly concentrated aqueous FeCl2 solution yielding solid iron deposits. For the high overall energy efficiency of the cycle, it is crucial to maximize the energy efficiency of the electrolysis process. Here we present a study of the influence of electrolysis parameters on the energy efficiency of such electrolysis, performed in an industrial-type electrolyzer. We studied the conductivity of the FeCl2 solution as a function of concentration and temperature and correlated it with the electrolysis energy efficiency. The deviation from the correlation indicated an important contribution from the conductivity of the ion-exchange membrane. Another important studied parameter was the applied current density. We quantitatively showed how the contribution of the resistance polarization increases with the current density, causing a decrease in overall energy efficiency. The highest energy efficiency of 89 ± 3% was achieved using 2.5 mol L−1 FeCl2 solution at 70 °C and a current density of 0.1 kA m−2. In terms of the energy input per Fe mass, this means 1.88 Wh g−1. The limiting energy input per mass of the Fe deposit was found to be 1.76 Wh g−1.
Found in: ključnih besedah
Keywords: electrolysis, ferrous chloride, iron deposition, energy efficiency
Published: 16.02.2022; Views: 565; Downloads: 32
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