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Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy
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Volume 7, Issue 4 - Dec 2011
Volume 7, Issue 3 - Sep 2011
Volume 7, Issue 2 - Jun 2011
Volume 7, Issue 1 - Mar 2011
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Current Status and Prospects of Ukrainian Wind Energy
Kim, Hyun-Goo ; Park, Hi-Chun ;
Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy, volume 7, issue 1, 2011, Pages 8~14
DOI : 10.7849/ksnre.2011.7.1.008
As is the case in Korea, the expansion of renewable energy dissemination is an essential matter in Ukraine when considering its energy consumption and dependence on energy import. While Korea has set about promoting the new and renewable energy industry on the back of the national policy on green growth, Ukraine expects a virtuous circle of renewable energy industry with green tariffs and the attraction of foreign capital in association with carbon emission trade. Utilizing its well-developed heavy industrial sector including the shipbuilding and automobile industries, Korea expects wind turbine manufacturing to become one of its next-generation growth engines. Ukraine is also trying to enter the wind turbine system or parts manufacturing industry based on its automobile industry and advanced aerospace technology. Although the Crimean region in Ukraine seems to have excellent wind resources, and thus shows great potential as a location for wind farm development, political instability has been a major obstacle to the attraction of foreign capital, leading to delayed investment.
Assessment of Wind Resource Around the Korean Peninsula by Using Marine Buoys Datasets
Oh, Ki-Yong ; Kim, Ji-Young ; Lee, Jun-Shin ;
Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy, volume 7, issue 1, 2011, Pages 15~21
DOI : 10.7849/ksnre.2011.7.1.015
In recent years, many countries have been endeavoring to exploit the offshore wind energy in terms of overcoming the limitations of on-land wind energy. Considering that mountains cover 70 percent of the Korean Peninsula and arable plains for wind energy are negligibly small, Korean government aggressively drives the offshore wind development of the Korean Peninsula. As part of preliminary investigation of offshore wind resources, KEPCO-RI (Korea Electric Power Corporation-Research Institute) has been analyzing marine buoy datasets measured at 5 positions over the period of 12 years, including estimation of extreme wind speed. It can be observed that variation of yearly wind speed, monthly wind speed as well as frequency distribution of wind direction. Wind classes of buoy sites are estimated by extrapolated average wind speed using log law. In addition, wind turbine class based on IEC code is assessed for evaluation of suitable wind turbine.
Temporal and Spatial Distributions of the Surface Solar Radiation by Spatial Resolutions on Korea Peninsula
Lee, Kyu-Tae ; Zo, Il-Sung ; Jee, Joon-Bum ; Choi, Young-Jean ;
Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy, volume 7, issue 1, 2011, Pages 22~28
DOI : 10.7849/ksnre.2011.7.1.022
The surface solar radiations were calculated and analyzed with spatial resolutions (4 km and 1 km) using by GWNU (Gangneung-Wonju National University) solar radiation model. The GWNU solar radiation model is used various data such as aerosol optical thickness, ozone amount, total precipitable water and cloud factor are retrieved from Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS), Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI), MTSAT-1R satellite data and output of the Regional Data Assimilation Prediction System(RDAPS) model by Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), respectively. The differences of spatial resolutions were analyzed with input data (especially, cloud factor from MTSAT-1R satellite). And the Maximum solar radiation by GWNU model were found in Andong, Daegu and Jinju regions and these results were corresponded with the MTSAT-1R cloud factor.
An Economic Evaluation of MSW RDF Production Plant
Choi, Yeon-Seok ; Choi, Hang-Seok ; Kim, Seock-Joon ;
Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy, volume 7, issue 1, 2011, Pages 29~35
DOI : 10.7849/ksnre.2011.7.1.029
The waste treatment fee and energy production effect of Wonju city RDF plant, the first RDF manufacturing plant in Korea, were investigated in the study. All plant operation data, like total weight of received wastes, produced RDF and separated rejects in processes were fully recorded for mass balance calculation of the plant in 2009. Also all consumed oil and electricity were recorded for energy balance calculation. The results showed that the waste treatment fee not including the RDF sales price of 25,000 won/ton-RDF was 116,573 won/ton-MSW and it went down to 105,298 won when included the RDF price. Produced RDF was 40.2% of total received waste in weight. Three components analysis by mass balance calculation of total received waste showed that Wonju city's MSW was 32.4% of combustible, 37.5% of water and 30.1% of incombustible respectively. Energy effect was found that total amount of produced energy was about 4 times more than that of consumed energy.
Co-Classification Analysis of Inter-disciplinarity on Solar Cell Research
Kim, Min-Ji ; Park, Jung-Kyu ; Lee, You-Ah ; Heo, Eun-Nyeong ;
Journal of the Korean society for New and Renewable Energy, volume 7, issue 1, 2011, Pages 36~44
DOI : 10.7849/ksnre.2011.7.1.036
Technology is developed from the efficient interaction with other technology files while building up its own research field. This study analyzes the structure of solar cell research area and describes its paths of the technology development in terms of interdisciplinary diversity using the Co-Classification method during 1979-2009. As a results, 1,380 studies are determined as the interdisciplinary among the 2,605 studies. It shows that 52.98% of the solar cell researches have interdisciplinary relationships with two or more research fields. In addition, we show that the research area of solar cell technology is composed by Material Science, Multidisciplinary and Energy & Fuel, Physics, Applied, Chemistry, Physical from the Co-Classification matrix and network analysis. It means the complexity of the technological knowledge production increased with the concept of interdisciplinary. The results can be used for the planning of the efficient solar cell technology development.