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A study about flat mirror type solar thermal generation system to independently supply electricity on water resources management system
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A study about flat mirror type solar thermal generation system to independently supply electricity on water resources management system
Lee, Sang-Hun; Seo, Tae-Il; Jung, Seung-Kwon; Gwon, Yong-Hyeon;
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Recently, various researches about water resources management system have been conducted in order to handle many problems, for example, climate change can provoke rapid change of water circulation, continuous population increase, population concentration phenomenon and so on. For population concentration region, many researches about water resources management system have been carried out, but many regions far away from civilization have not been handled as research topics. Especially these regions always need electricity supply infra, but significant costs will be required to construct the infra. Therefore this paper presents a methodology in order to generate the electricity from new renewable energy resources and supply the electricity into these region. For this, solar thermal generation system was experimentally studied. Moreover, this solar power generation system was considered as an important component to establish an ESS (Energy Storage System).
Energy storage system;Smart water grid;Solar collecting system;Stirling engine;Task support;
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