Design and Performance Analysis of the Distributed Generation System Based on a Diesel Engine and Compressed Air Energy Storage

XinJing Zhang, Haisheng Chen, YuJie Xu, Wen Li, FengJuan He, Huan Guo, Ye Huang

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Abstract

The distributed generation system coupled with the energy storage system could perform a ‘peak shaving’ function for maintaining a required power output. As a result it decreased the core engine power rating and increased integrated system’s efficiency. In this study a hybrid power generation system integrated with a Compressed Air Energy Storage (DE-CAES) system was proposed. To carry out a technical analysis the design flow chart was designed and process models were developed. The simulation results were also validated by the experiment. The results revealed thatintegrated system’s efficiency and fuel saving ratio could be increased by 6.5% and 14.4%, respectively.
LanguageEnglish
Pages4492-4498
JournalEnergy Procedia
Volume105
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2017

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Distributed power generation
Diesel engines
Energy storage
Power generation
Engines
Experiments
Compressed air energy storage

Keywords

  • Distributed generation
  • DE only
  • Hybrid DE-CAES system
  • Fuel savings

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Zhang, XinJing ; Chen, Haisheng ; Xu, YuJie ; Li, Wen ; He, FengJuan ; Guo, Huan ; Huang, Ye. / Design and Performance Analysis of the Distributed Generation System Based on a Diesel Engine and Compressed Air Energy Storage. 2017 ; Vol. 105. pp. 4492-4498.
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