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Fokker, P.A. (author), Borello, E.S. (author), Viberti, D. (author), Verga, F. (author), van Wees, J.D. (author)
Seasonal storage of heat in shallow aquifers for increasing the efficiency of geothermal energy systems requires a proper monitoring strategy. We expanded our earlier work on harmonic pulse testing (HPT) to incorporate the effect of a temperature front moving into the reservoir due to injection of hot (or cold) water. Our analytical solutions...
article 2021
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Scapino, L. (author), de Servi, C. (author), Zondag, H.A. (author), Diriken, J. (author), Rindt, C.C.M. (author), Sciacovelli, A. (author)
Sorption thermal energy storage (STES) has the potential to have higher energy densities and lower thermal losses compared to conventional thermal storage technologies, and it can contribute to increase the energy grid flexibility and the penetration of intermittent and distributed energy sources. However, STES is a technology still under...
article 2020
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van Unen, M. (author), van der Valk, K. (author), Koornneef, J. (author), Brunner, L. (author), Koenen, M. (author)
In order to make the transition to a low-carbon energy system, sustainable energy sources are required as alternatives for fossil fuels. The heating and cooling sector is of major importance for the final energy consumption in Europe, and therefore the deployment of the thermal energy sector could be a good contribution to a sustainable energy...
report 2020
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Scapino, L. (author), Zondag, H.A. (author), Diriken, J. (author), Rindt, C.C.M. (author), van Bael, J. (author), Sciacovelli, A. (author)
Sorption technology has the potential to provide high energy density thermal storage units with negligible losses. However, major experimental and computational advancements are necessary to unlock the full potential of such storage technology, and to efficiently model its performance at system scale. This work addresses for the first time, the...
article 2019
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Wesselink, M. (author), Liu, W. (author), Koornneef, J. (author), van den Broek, M. (author)
High temperature aquifer thermal energy storage (HT-ATES) can contribute to the integration of renewable energy sources in the energy system, the replacement of fossil fuel-based heat supply and the utilization of surplus heat from industrial sources. However, there is limited understanding on the drivers, barriers and conditions of HT-ATES...
article 2018
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Barreneche, C. (author), Fernández, A.I. (author), Cabeza, L.F. (author), Cuypers, R. (author)
At this moment, the global energy consumption in buildings is around 40% of the total energy consumption in developed countries. Thermal energy storage (TES) is presented as one way to address this energy-related problem proposing an alternative to reduce the gap between energy supply and energy demand. One way to store energy is using...
article 2015
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Barreneche, C. (author), Fernández, A.I. (author), Cabeza, L.F. (author), Cuypers, R. (author)
Thermochemical materials (TCM) are proposed for thermal energy storage as one of the future options to achieve lower energy consumption in buildings and other industrial applications, as well as to store energy from solar energy. In this study, the thermophysical properties of two TCM, CaCl2 and zeolite, are determined with TGA and DSC and...
article 2014
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Bach, P.W. (author), Smeding, S.F. (author), Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (author)
report 1999
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