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Integrated Organic Rankine Cycle system for simultaneous utilization of solar energy and LNG cold energy


Zukunftsfähige Energiesysteme, die Sonnenenergie und Kälte aus Flüssigerdgas nutzen

Der Umstieg auf erneuerbare Energiequellen hat durch den stetig steigenden Strombedarf, immer knapper werdende fossile Brennstoffe und Umweltprobleme Auftrieb bekommen. Am Energiemarkt von morgen werden allerdings sowohl erneuerbare Energie als auch konventionelle Brennstoffe wie Flüssigerdgas (LNG) eine wichtige Rolle spielen. Vor diesem Hintergrund strebt das EU-finanzierte Projekt SO-LNG-ORC die Entwicklung einer ganzheitlichen, systematischen Methode für ein zukunftsfähiges Energiesystemdesign an. Dieses soll einen integrierten Organic Rankine Cycle zur Parallelnutzung von Sonnenenergie und LNG-Kälte umfassen. Die Projektergebnisse werden den Weg für Energiesysteme ebnen, die hocheffizient und rentabel sind und zugleich nur geringfügige Risiken und Umweltauswirkungen mit sich bringen.


Both renewable energy (e.g. solar energy) and conventional fuels (e.g. Liquified Natural Gas (LNG)) play an important role in the future energy market. Rising electricity demand, finite fossil fuel reserves and environmental concerns motivate the switch to renewable energy sources, increasing energy efficiency, and recovery of unused energy streams. I am determined to make my own contribution in dealing with these issues. This project aims to develop a holistic systematic method for a future energy system design for an integrated Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) for simultaneous utilization of solar energy and LNG cold energy. Through various training during my Ph.D. research, I am equipped with good knowledge regarding (ORC), process integration and optimization. As a postdoc at Norwegian University of Science and Technology and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, I obtained experience in the field of Process Systems Engineering and energy system optimization. I would like to extend my knowledge and skills with the optimization under uncertainties, process risk analysis, and environmental impact assessment to design a combined renewable and conventional energy system based on an interdisciplinary approach. Therefore, I have decided to apply for a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship at the Process and Systems Engineering Center at DTU, which excels in the simulation-based optimization, process risk analysis, and environmental impacts assessment. In the future, I would like to continue focusing on future energy system design as well as greenhouse gas emissions and aim to deliver novel applicable energy systems featuring high efficiency and profitability, but low risk and low environmental impacts. The training I would get through a Marie Curie fellowship, would also bring me closer to a more permanent faculty position and job opportunities in LNG related industries.


€ 207 312,00
2800 Kongens Lyngby

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Danmark Hovedstaden Københavns omegn
Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
€ 207 312,00