Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080256771, 9781483189598

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

1st Edition

Proceedings of a Seminar Organized by the Committee on Electric Power of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany, 6-9 November 1978

Authors: Yong Zhou
eBook ISBN: 9781483189598
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1980
Page Count: 156
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Description

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat contains the proceedings of a seminar organized by the Committee on Electric Power of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, held in Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany in November 1978. The book highlights the sharing of information on the economic and social aspects of efficient energy and heat production technologies. Contributors from different countries present papers discussing various topics on electric power and heat production such as energy policies to save energy; combined production of heat and electricity and district heating for energy conservation and oil substitution; technical and economic aspects of the combined production of electric power and heat; and the institutional, financial, and methodical problems of energy production. Policy makers, engineers, politicians, scientists, and political leaders will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


Introduction

Conclusions

Recommendations

List of Contributors

Topic I Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat as the Instrument of an Energy Policy Aimed at Saving Energy

Summaries

Combined Production - Combined Consumption

District Heating and Combined Production of Heat and Electricity as Tools for Energy Conservation and Substitution for Oil in Member Countries of the International Energy Agency

Heat Supply from Large Generating Units for District Heating Purposes

Energy Saving with Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat: A Question of Proper Use of the Heat

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat and Energy Saving

District Heating in Sweden: 1972/73 to 1976/77

Combined Production of Heat and Electric Power in Italy

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in Finland

Development of the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in Thermal Electric Power Stations in the USSR

Basic Principles for the Establishment of Heat Supply Systems from Atomic Sources of Heat

Prospects for Using Nuclear Energy in Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

The Possibilities of Supplying Heat from the Electric Power Stations in the French Nuclear Program

Economic Comparison of Nuclear and Conventional District Heating

Experimental Uses of Waste Heat from Electric Power Stations in France

Use of Heat Pumps for the Exploitation of Geothermal Hot Water

Heat Production and Distribution

A Pragmatic Approach to Combined Nuclear Heat and Power Generation

Totem (Total Energy Module): A New Concept for Heat and Electricity Co-Generation

Contribution of Urban Waste to the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

Improving the Output of Power Stations Equipped with Condensing and Bypass Turbines for the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in the Form of Hot Water

Topic II Technical and Economic Aspects of the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

Summaries

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in Czechoslovakia

Back-Pressure Power Generation in Swedish Industry

Fully-Automatic Fast Starting Cycling/Peaking Steam Plant for Current and District Heat Generation

Operating Experience with the Harburg Back Pressure Power Station for the Supply of Various Industrial Concerns

Gas Turbines for the Combined Generation of Heat and Electricity as Well as for District Heating

New Possibilities in District Heating with Gas Turbine Driven Heat Pumps of Large Capacity

Aspects of Thermal Distribution

High-Economic-Efficiency Technology Applied to Better Exploiting the Iron and Steel Industry'S Secondary-Energy Resources

District Heating by Use of Peak-Load Gas Turbine Off-Gas

Combined Heat and Power Generation for District Heating Systems Taking the Volkswagenwerk and the Town of Wolfsburg as an Example Including a Comparison with Possible Energy Supply Alternatives

Utilization of Urban Waste in Combined Electric Power and Heat Production Plants

The Czechoslovak Steam Reheater Turbines for Conventional as Well as Nuclear Heat and Power Stations

Integration of Thermal Power Stations into Urban and Industrial Heat Distribution Systems

Combined Production of Heat and Electricity in the Hungarian Public Power Stations

Use of Power Factors in Analyzing Dual-Purpose Steam Cycles

Topic III Heat Transmission

Summaries

Long-Distance Heat Transfer in the CSSR and Draft of the Heat Supply for the Capital City of Praha from the Melnik Power Station

The Three-Pipe-System of the Bewag District Heating

Interdependence of Long-Distance Heating and Urban Heating Power Plants

A Representative Example of District Heating in Mannheim

Results of Studies on the Reliability of Long-Distance Heat-Transmission Systems

Topic IX Land-Use Planning Related to Electric Power and Heat Supply for Urban Enters and Large Industrial Complexes and Ecological Implications of the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

Summaries

Oberhausen District Heating System as a Part of an Integrated Energy Supply System

Interconnexion of District Heating Systems for the Integration of Industrial and Power Generation Waste Heat

Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat in Moscow

District Heating Scheme Based on a Nuclear Power Plant for a Group of Semi-Urban Communities in Switzerland

The Supply of Electric Power and Heat to Urban Areas and Large Industrial Complexes in Czechoslovakia

Urban Planning Measures Aimed at Saving Fuel and Energy

General Principles of Combined Heat Power Utilization

Present Status and Future Potentialities of Combined Heat and Power Generation in the Power Stations of the Hungarian Metallurgical Industry

Electric Energy for Meeting Heat Requirements in Housing and Industrial Buildings

Utilization of Low-Grade Heat from Thermal Electricity Production for Heating Large Greenhouse Complexes

Program for Utilizing Waste Heat from Thermal Power Plants in Aquaculture and Agriculture

Possibilities for Economic Insertion of Enel Thermo-Electric Plants in Urban Heating Systems

Topic V Institutional, Financial and Methodological Problems

Summaries

Obstacles to Increased Combined Heat and Power Generation

District Heating and Optimization of Energy Supply Systems in Finnish Communities

Conversion of Condensing Steam Turbines for Combined Heat and Power Production

Arrangement of the Combined Production of Power/Heat in a Supralocal Electric Power Grid System

The Costs for an Individual Measurement and Charging in Dwellings

Total Energy in the United Kingdom - the Grand Illusion?

Optimization of Systems for the Combined Production of Electric Power and Heat

Details

No. of pages:
156
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1980
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483189598

About the Author

Yong Zhou

Professor Yong Zhou is a recognized expert in the field of non-linear difference equations and their applications in China. He was Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Dynamical Systems and Differential Equations over 2007-2011, and is present Guest Editor at Optimization (T&F), Nonlinear Dynamics and Journal of Vibration and Control (Sage), and at Elsevier former Guest Editor of Computers & Mathematics with Applications over 2010-2012 and Applied Mathematics and Computation over 2014-2015.

Affiliations and Expertise

Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Zhejiang Normal University, P.R. China.