Volumes II.    Number  1    March 2019    Year 2019
Authors Title Pages
Milan Abraham, Jakub Váhovsky,  Marcel Fedák  Current Trends of Increasing Efficiency of Equipment Operating on the Basis of Cogeneration with Regard to Energy Balance 01-04
Peter Oravec, Ján Sarvaš, Olha Kulikova Thermal Properties of the Unusual Fast-growing Energy Crops 05-09
Miroslav Rimár, Olha Kulikova Analysis of Wood Chips Combustion with Waste Oil Additives 10-14
Jakub Váhovský, Marcel Fedák, Andrii Kulikov, Milan Abraham Case Study of Smart-based Cooling System Application 15-18

Pages 01-04

Title:

Current Trends of Increasing Efficiency of Equipment Operating on the Basis of Cogeneration with Regard to Energy Balance

Authors:

Milan Abraham, Jakub Váhovský, Marcel Fedák

Abstract:

The evaluation of the operating characteristics of the plant has a number of types depending on the parameters monitored. Part of the present paper is devoted to the creating of a model of a cogeneration unit with a full flue gas path allowing monitoring in relation to the production of pollutants. Priority is given to the contribution that the activities of the existing facilities if the integration of the new external device to an existing and functioning system for increased efficiency.

Citation:

Abraham, M., Váhovský J., Fedák M.: Current trends of increasing efficiency of equipment operating on the basis of cogeneration with regard to energy balance, Advance in Thermal Processes and Energy Transformation Volume 2, Nr. 1 (2019), p. 01-04, ISSN 2585-9102

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Pages 05-09

Title:

Thermal Properties of the Unusual Fast-growing Energy Crops

Authors:

Peter Oravec, Ján Sarvaš, Olha Kulikova

Abstract:

In this paper are discussed the results of experimental calorimetric measurements and organic elemental analysis of the two potencial energy crops, Chinese silvergrass (Miscanthus sinensis A.) and Elytrigia Repens. Experimental measurements have shown that the examined energy crops have a significant energy potential, which is even higher than, for example, brown coal.

Citation:

Oravec P., Sarvaš J., Kulikova O.: Thermal properties of the unusual fast-growing energy crops, Advance in Thermal Processes and Energy Transformation, Volume 2,No.1 (2019), pp. 05-09, ISSN 2585-9102

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Pages 10-14

Title:

Analysis of Wood Chips Combustion with Waste Oil Additives

Authors:

Miroslav Rimár, Olha Kulikova

Abstract:

The timeliness of low-emission combustion research is caused by need to predict and reduce pollutant emissions qualitatively. Due to incomplete combustion of wood, wood chips, pellets, huge amounts of carbon monoxide and particulate matter are produced. The main idea of the analysis was to compare the combustion of "pure" wood chips and wood chips with sunflower oil in the conditions of ordinary households. The results of the experiment confirmed that flame temperature increases with adding of waste sunflower oil to the wood chips. That results the growth of combustion efficiency and reduction of CO emissions to about 60 %.

Citation:

Rimár M., Kulikova, O.: Analysis of wood chips combustion with waste oil additives, Advance in Thermal Processes and Energy Transformation, Volume 2, No.1, (2019), p. 10-14, ISSN 2585-9102

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Pages 15-18

Title:

Case Study of Smart-based Cooling System Application

Authors:

Jakub Váhovský, Marcel Fedák, Andrii Kulikov, Milan Abraham

Abstract:

Cooling buildings is now as important as heating. It helps to maintain appropriate and healthy conditions for work and life. There are several cooling systems and each is suitable for other conditions. Smart control systems are also an important part of the system, which increases the optimatization and efficiency of technological equipment, thus also cooling devices.Cooling buildings is now as important as heating. It helps to maintain appropriate and healthy conditions for work and life. There are several cooling systems and each is suitable for other conditions. Smart control systems are also an important part of the system, which increases the optimatization and efficiency of technological equipment, thus also cooling devices.

Citation:

Váhovský J., Fedák M., Kulikov A., Abraham M.: Case study of smart-based cooling system application, Advance in Thermal Processes and Energy Transformation, Volume 2,No.1 (2019), p. 15-18, ISSN 2585-9102

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