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Unformatted text preview: Digital twins for large-scale heat pumps and refrigeration systems The project aims at making the use of digital twins for large-scale heat pump and refrigeration systems more accessible to potential users, to decrease the application barriers and to demonstrate the benefits at existing systems. This will contribute to exploit the full potential of such systems and facilitate the integration in smart grids. Heat pump and refrigeration systems are expected to play a key role in future energy systems. Digitalizing these systems enables improved performances and sophisticated controls, which supports the integration into smart grids. However, this requires increased knowledge about the system during operation, which may be obtained by the use of digital twins. Digital twins are sets of numerical models, which are virtual representations of a physical system. These representations adapt continuously to the physical system, monitor its operation and may be used for detailed analyses. Possible services enabled by digital twin applications include fault detection and diagnosis, predictive maintenance, and flexible operation. The objective of developing digital twins for heat pump and refrigeration systems is approached by developing reusable, modular, and adaptive models as well as advanced methods for analyzing the systems wrt. specific services. This project aims at reducing the modelling effort associated with digital twins by developing reusable, modular and self-learning models as well as advanced methods for analyzing the system, which are specifically developed for the intended services. This enables not only an efficient implementation process and thereby decreased investment cost of digital twins, but it also enables an enhanced exploitation of the system potentials. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0570 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Teknologisk Institut Contact: Benjamin Zühlsdorf, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2020/ Budget: 18,63 mio.kr Grant: 11,09 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 7,53 mio.kr Global SSL quality requirements and testing - IEA-4E-SSL The aim of the project is through international collaboration under the International Energy Agency’s Solid State Lighting Annex to increase the use of high quality and energy efficient lighting on a Danish as well as a global level. The main topics in the third term are tiers and test methods related to flicker, lifetime, health and smart lighting. The aim of the project is to increase the use of high quality and energy efficient lighting on a Danish as well as global level. This can provide a significant contribution to the reduction of the consumption of fossil energy and to meeting the climate challenges. The International Energy Agency (IEA) 4E has in 2010 established an Annex within solid state lighting (SSL) dealing especially with LED (light emitting diode) and the newer OLED (organic light emitting diode) and laser lighting technologies. The main topics in the third term are tiers and test methods related to flicker, product lifetime, health and smart lighting. Danish participation in this expert group has the benefit that Denmark is in the forefront of setting harmonized global requirements for efficiency and quality, as well as development and testing of measurement methods to ensure the requirements are met. An important part of the project is to disseminate the results and discussions of the Annex to the Danish lighting industry and bring the feedback back to the Annex. Original title: Case no.: 64018-0534 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Carsten Dam-Hansen, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2019/ Budget: 4,29 mio.kr Grant: 2,80 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 1,48 mio.kr A Positive Energy CITY Transformation Framework Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: LABELEC - ESTUDOS, DESENVOLVIMENTO E ACTIVIDADES LABORATORIALS SA Contact: , Period: 2024/9 - 2019/9 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 149,00 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr AmsTErdam BiLbao cItizen drivEn smaRt cities Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: GEMEENTE AMSTERDAM Contact: , Period: 2024/10 - 2019/10 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 147,00 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr Data-Driven Energy Experts as drivers of Energy-Efficiency in the Building Sector The Data-Driven Energy Experts project will develop a new energy technology to lower the barrier for experts to use Internet of Things sensor data to take actions to improve energy-efficiency in the building sector The project will develop a new energy technology to lower the barrier for experts to use Internet of Things sensor data to take actions to improve energy-efficiency in the building sector. The vision is to enable experts to do their job with a higher impact by enabling them to continuously and holistically: 1) rank across a building portfolio what buildings to target by energy-efficiency actions; 2) identify for each building whether to change workflows and occupant behavior or retrofit building envelopes or existing systems. To achieve these prospects, the project will develop new data-driven work processes for experts based on software ranking and identifying actions based on real building use. The associated software consists of a data service that can host and process data in private or collaborative clouds and make data available as building specific analyses. It is projected that these energy technologies will enable the Danish building sector to make energy reductions of at least 8%. The project will combine competencies from technology partner and project leader Vitani Energy Systems A/S, university partner University of Southern Denmark and energy management partner Aura Rlidgivning A/S with building sector representation from Salling Group A/S and Skanderborg Municipality in a combined innovation effort. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0576 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Syddansk Universitet Contact: Rasmus Pedersen , [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 13,37 mio.kr Grant: 7,16 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 6,21 mio.kr Combined energy-efficient sustainable district heating and cooling surface water drainage system (Thermo-road) The project aims to demonstrate use fo the road support layer as well as the shallow soil layers for retaining surface water and for collective heating and cooling supply of nearby buildings. The demonstration will be carried out in full-scale in a small residential area on Neptunvej in Hedensted. The work in the project will be carried out by both private and public partners with VIA UC as project manager. The transition to renewable energy and future climate challenges with increased precipitation calls for innovative thinking in the future energy supply and rainwater management in Denmark. A planned, smaller urban development area in Hedensted, Denmark is without the possibility of district heating and is also waterlogged. In this project, a single combined energy and water management solution is established, supplying sustainable, collective heating and cooling as well as diverting and storing surface water from extreme precipitation events. The proposed technology utilizes the roadbed as an energy source with supplemental borehole heat exchangers and as a retarding basin for storing excess rainwater. Heat is recovered from the soil with heat pumps and buildings are passively cooled by seasonal storage of excess heat. The subsurface is an excellent cooling source due to its stable and low temperatures allowing for exceptionally energy-efficient cooling without the use of a heat pump. The project therefore also quantifies the improvements in indoor climate from cooling and the positive effects it has on human health and wellbeing in the hot summer months. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0585 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Professionshøjskolen VIA University College Contact: Theis Raaschou Andersen, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 7,28 mio.kr Grant: 3,74 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 3,54 mio.kr Phase 2: Miniature sensor for resistanceless measurement of air velocities in ventilation ducts Measurement components, mounted in ducts in a ventilation system, increase the system’s pressure drop and hence energy use. This project introduces a newly developed sensor type for measuring of air flows, which, in comparison to traditional sensors, reduce the pressure drop by 10-30 Pa per sensor. The sensor type has additional advantages in comparison to traditional sensors. his project is a continuation of the pilot project 251-020. The projects are on a new sensor type for measuring airflows. The sensor is based on Micro Electro-Mechanical System, MEMS, and the sensor is called EFV, Elastic Filament Velocimetry. Replacing existing measuring crosses in a ventilation system with the new sensor type can lead to a reduction of the energy requirement for ventilation of at least 20% depending on the number of measuring crosses in the system. In addition, improved indoor climate can be achieved, as the EFV sensors make it possible to control the airflows more precisely. The EFV sensor is developed at Princeton University, New Jersey, USA. The sensor is designed for measuring fluid flow in medical technology. In the pilot project the EFV sensor has been modified for measuring air flows in ventilation ducts. Through simulations and laboratory tests the characteristics of the EFV sensors have been identified. In this project correction factors are being determined making in possible, unlike conventional sensors, to place the sensors in the duct system independent of bends and dimension changes. Based on the results of the pilot project the objective of this project is to investigate the performance of the sensors in practice in a building, which will be selected in collaboration with Bygningsstyrelsen, and demonstrate the expected energy savings. Reporting will be through scientific articles, a PhD dissertation, a function description and installation guide, an article in the HVAC magazine and a presentation at Danvak-dagen. The project is carried out in the form of a 3-year PhD project. Original title: Case no.: ELFORSK 352-008 (ELFORSK) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: BUILD - Institut for Byggeri, By og Miljø - AAU CPH Contact: Alireza Afshari, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 2,35 mio.kr Grant: 1,70 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,65 mio.kr Coordination and participation in IEA EBC Annex 79 The purpose of the project is to enable coordination and participation of a project under the international energy agency (IEA), named Annex 79: “Occupant behaviour-centric building design and operation” which is a project under IEA’s program for “Energy in Buildings and Communities” (EBC). The purpose of the project is to enable coordination and participation of a project under the international energy agency (IEA), named Annex 79: “Occupant behaviour-centric building design and operation” which is a project under IEA’s program for “Energy in Buildings and Communities” (EBC). The overall goal of annex 79 is to integrate and implement occupancy and occupant behaviour into the design process and building operation to improve both energy performance and occupant comfort. The purpose of the Annex is to provide new insight into comfort-related occupant behaviour in buildings and its impact on building energy performance. An open collaboration platform for data and software will support the use of datamining methods and advanced occupant behaviour models. It will further promote the usage of this knowledge in building design and operation processes by giving policy support, preparing proposals for standards and providing guidelines for practitioners. Results of the Annex will be widely disseminated among others through conference and journal publications, books, technical reports, and guidelines. The project will disseminate the outcomes to relevant Danish stakeholders in the building sector. Original title: Case no.: 64018-0558 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Syddansk Universitet Contact: Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2019/ Budget: 2,81 mio.kr Grant: 1,84 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,98 mio.kr Supplementing Ventilation with Gas-phase Air Cleaning, Implementation and Energy Implications The purpose is to verify the influence of using gas phase air cleaning on indoor air quality, comfort, wellbeing, health and energy use, and to develop a test standard for gas phase air cleaners taking into account perceived air quality. Moreover, the purpose is also to discover to which extent the air cleaning can supplement and/or partly substitute ventilation. There is an increasing number of publications related to gas-phase air cleaning worldwide that is paralleled with an increasing sale of gas-phase air cleaning products. But there are no good reference documents and/or standards allowing evaluation and rating of the performance of these products. Consequently, there is a need for verifying their influence on indoor air quality and whether their use will influence the comfort, well-being and health of building occupants. At the same time standardization of testing of gas-phase air cleaners is urgently needed. Because gas-phase air cleaners are expected to improve indoor air quality and will thus have similar effect as increased ventilation it is important to learn to which extent the process of air cleaning can supplement and/or substitute ventilation with respect to improving air quality. Using gasphase air cleaners may reduce energy use for ventilation in buildings and this impact must be quantified as well. In many parts of the world the outdoor air quality is so bad that it is not recommended to use it for ventilation. In these cases gas phase air cleaning may be an interesting alternative. The proposed work will address these issues and will focus on how the gas-phase air cleaning affects the perceived air quality which is the main parameter today used to prescribe ventilation rates in buildings; particle filtration will not be considered. The annex will also demonstrate performance of gas-phase air cleaners through measurements in-situ. Original title: Case no.: 64018-0599 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Bjarne Olesen (DTU), Pawel Wargocki (DTU), og Lei Fang (DTU), [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2019/ Budget: 3,29 mio.kr Grant: 2,30 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,99 mio.kr Next Generation Modelling and Forecasting of Variable Renewable Generation for Large-scale Integration in Energy Systems and Markets Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: ARMINES Contact: , Period: 2023/4 - 2019/4 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 29,88 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr Compact Bio-based Thermal Energy Storage for Buildings Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: CEA Contact: , Period: 2023/10 - 2019/10 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 29,87 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr Renewable and Waste Heat Recovery for Competitive District Heating and Cooling Networks Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: EURAC Contact: , Period: 2023/9 - 2019/9 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 112,05 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr Smart and local reneWable Energy DISTRICT heating and cooling solutions for sustainable living Original title: Case no.: (EU Rammeprogram) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Contact: , Period: 2023/3 - 2019/3 Budget: 0,00 mio.kr Grant: 111,85 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,00 mio.kr Process technology for sustainable Building materials production Original title: Case no.: 8055-00014B (Innovationsfonden) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Contact: , Period: 2023/ - 2018/ Budget: 54,01 mio.kr Grant: 20,00 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 34,01 mio.kr ECO-DIST II The goal of ECO-DIST is to develop, construct, test and conduct economic studies on relative small local biorefineries using energy and cost efficient ECO-DIST modules for production of bioethanol and animal feed. The feedstock will be high yielding crops, such as maize silage and sugar beets, where cross-over between high feed/low ethanol and low feed/high ethanol is possible. The overall objective of the ECO-DIST II project (hereafter ECO-DIST) is to continue the development of the novel horizontal diabatic distillation and evaporation technology to provide a substantial reduction of the specific energy consumption and capacity cost of fuel ethanol production. This will be achieved by: • Scale-up the new droplet generation and ejection system, developed during the Synferon project supported by Innovationsfonden. • Improving the ability of the folded heat transmission wall to resist a pressure up to one bar higher at the condensation side relative to the evaporation side. The interaction between the droplet ejected with high speed against the folded heat transmission wall will provide a very high heat transfer coefficient. Combined with the great surface area of the folded wall will generate a lot of vapor moving out of the folds, counter current to the incoming droplets. The result of the experimental development work of ECO-DIST will be high capacity and low production cost from the distillation/evaporation modules in 20 feet containers. Furthermore, ECODIST will investigate the feasibility of sequential distillation with mechanical vapor recompression, which will provide extremely low energy consumption but also increase the capital expenditures to the compressors. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0020 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Holm Christensen Biosystemer Contact: Jesper Bang Andersen, [email protected] Period: 2022/ - 2020/ Budget: 12,95 mio.kr Grant: 7,77 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 5,18 mio.kr Improved operation of heating systems in multi-storey buildings to realize low temperatures in district heating networks This project will develop and demonstrate a new digital service package that will improve the operation of heating systems connected to DH networks and reduce the operating temperatures. Lowering temperatures in DH networks is instrumental to minimise the distribution losses, increase the capacity of the networks, improve the efficiency of heat generation and integrate waste heat and renewable sources. This project focuses on developing and demonstrating a new digitalized service package that can significantly improve the operation of heating systems in multi-storey buildings connected to district heating networks. The smart service package will make use of data from existing digital energy meters in the heating system (heat cost allocator meters on all the radiators, DHW systems and energy meters in the central substation in the building) in combination with new room temperature sensors in a number of typical rooms to identify optimized set points in the controls of supply temperatures in space heating systems with radiators and heating power for the domestic hot water system. A constant monitoring of the systems will also allow the continuous commissioning of the heating systems in the buildings that will provide great help in detecting and fixing errors in the systems. This is instrumental to lower the operating temperatures in district heating systems, reduce peak loads in the networks, unlock the possibility to use low temperature waste heat and renewable energy and ensure the required comfort to the end-users in a cost and resourceefficient way Original title: Case no.: 64019-0554 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet...
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