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Hybrid Variable Geometry Ejector Cooling and Heating System for Buildings Driven by Solar and Biomass Heat


Project website

The website will provide a real-time interaction for all involved partners, keeping them informed of the latest news of the project, achievements, process problems, plan revision, etc. This website will also be a formal window for all partners to communicate with the public, expanding the external impact of the project, and possibly attracting new collaboration partners. After commencing prototype testing, the webpage will provide real-time performance data understandable for the general public. Through the webpage, partners will have access to raw and processed data storage. This deliverable is linked to Work Task 9.1.

Unified computer program for system performance analysis and design

Standalone computer program that assists component selection and forecasts the expected performance of the Hybrid – BioVGE system, depending on required system capacity and geographical location. The program will be executable on an existing computational environment such as TRNSYS, EES or Matlab. This deliverable is linked to Work Tasks 6.1 and 6.2.

Data Management Plan

The Plan will include instructions on archiving and presentation of data, legibility standards and specifications of all data acquisition sufficient for data reproducibility. It will also specify what type of data to be shared with the general public and what type of data to be kept closed for the project participants.

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Renewable Heating and Cooling Solutions for Buildings and Industry

Author(s): Andrea Frazzica, Régis Decorme, Marco Calderoni, Alessandra Cuneo, Zuzana Taťáková, Rossano Scoccia, Uli Jakob, Daniel Carbonell, Sotirios Karellas, Eise Spijker, Guglielmo Cioni, Szabolcs Varga, Khamid Mahkamov, Alvaro De Gracia, Gabriel Zsembinszki, Luisa F. Cabeza, Luca Ciccolanti, Valery Vuillerme, Claudia Fabiani
Published in: Proceedings, 65/1, 2020, Page(s) 16, ISSN 2504-3900
Publisher: MDPI
DOI: 10.3390/proceedings2020065016