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Design of energy autonomous youth camp using decentralized hybrid energy systems

Xepapadakis Michail

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Year 2020
Type of Item Diploma Work
Bibliographic Citation Michail Xepapadakis, "Design of energy autonomous youth camp using decentralized hybrid energy systems", Diploma Work, School of Production Engineering and Management, Technical University of Crete, Chania, Greece, 2020
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The main objective of this dissertation is the design of an energy autonomous camp which will be built in a span of the Orthodox academy of Crete in Nopigia, Chania. This camp will be environmentally friendly and will be used for academic and recreational purposes during the summer season. Initially, the type and number of the prefabricated buildings were chosen so that the needs for electricity could be defined. The choosing of the buildings took place in accordance to economic and environmental criteria, as well as the room required. Next, using the Homer software, there was a simulation of the decentralized hybrid energy systems. The best combination available was chosen and then analysis of sensitivity in certain variables took place. Finally, the economic and environmental results for this analysis are presented.

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