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Xing, Yangang; Bagdanavicius, Audrius; Lannon, Simon Charles; Pirouti, Marouf; Bassett, Thomas
Languages: English
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Subjects: NA, TD
An integrated conceptual planning framework has\ud been developed to assist designing for high\ud resource efficient, low carbon urban district\ud heating systems. This paper focuses on\ud distribution energy losses of a district heating\ud system for an existing urban settlement. The\ud planning framework consists of a methodological\ud approach and a set of simulation tools to\ud investigate two scenarios – low temperature and\ud high temperature district heating networks. In this\ud framework a dynamic building simulation program\ud predicting energy demand of a case study area,\ud an industrial software tool for piping systems\ud design, and a mathematical optimization tool are\ud integrated for assessing energy and exergy\ud losses. Some preliminary results are shown at the\ud end of the paper demonstrating the benefits of low\ud temperature district heating networks and\ud potential of the planning framework.
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