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District heating system for the rural area of Masi di Cavale

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Delia Usai

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Transcript of District heating system for the rural area of Masi di Cavale

Capital & operating costs
Design of the district heating
Description of the area
Project
Business strategy
Corporate Social Responsibility
Project management
Energetic and environmental balance
Analysis of users
Economical analysis
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District heating system for the rural area of Masi di Cavalese (TN- Italy)
Vision and objectives

Promote the use of renewable sources
Work Breakdown Structure
Gantt chart
Risk management
Stakeholder analysis
Choice of the biomass
Estimation of the thermal demand
Choice of the co-generator
Location of the plant and piping network
Simulation of the plant
-Environmental
-Technological
-Financia
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Conclusion
Thank you for your attention
Any questions?
Trident group - UNITN

Thoalfiqar Abbas
Jairo Briones Pascual
László Lukács
Mariana Catalina JImenez Martinez
Gergely Patonay
Kristóf Urbán
Delia Usai
Tamás Völgyesi
Elif Özpekmezci

CSR core of Trident business strategy


Create a district heating system taking into account the social responsibility, encouraging a positive impact on the environment and the entire community.

3 main areas of social responsibility

Provide a heating system that is economically advantageous
Maximize the use of local resources
918 ton/a
440
Data of 28 houses were provided (age, size)
Environmental area
Sustainable development of the area
Energy classification
(size, age)
Cathegorisation
5-7 years
(climatic zone, S/V ration)
"G" - 170 kWh/m^2
Social area
Increasing the health of the environment
Estimation of the DHW demand
Societal area
Creating an efficient but also economically convenient energy supplier system
440 ppl
3810425 kWh/a

- 900 kW -
1237,7 MWh/a
1328,738 MWh/a
Design a district heating system for rural areas
Produce heat, domestic hot water and electrical power
CHP
Peak units
200 kW
350 kW
350 kW
35 kW
Reduction of carbon dioxide emissions
Use of renewable resources (biomass) coming from the neighborhood
Create new jobs
increases peoples health
Communicating with the community and making it part of the project with the creation of a cooperative
The project proposed
Fuel consumptions
Electricity produced
Electricity released to the network
Heat output from the CHP plant
Validate
Design & calculations
Analysis
Heat delivered to the users
Pollutant emissions
Operating costs
Biomass supply
Employees
Maintenance
Insurance
Capital costs
Design
Acquisition
Installation
Testing
Starting
Capital & operating costs
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