Multi-Criteria Optimization of On-Site Heating, Cooling and Power Generation with Solid Oxide Fuel Cell - Gas Turbine Combined Cycle Units

The implementation of integrated energy systems within urban areas is a promising CO?2 emissions abatement measure. In this paper on-site heating, cooling and power generation based on a solid oxide fuel cell and gas turbine (SOFC-GT) combined cycle unit associated with a compression chiller and additional boilers has been considered from the viewpoints of cost and CO?2 emissions. Physical and costing modelling of such a unit has been integrated withn a new multi-criteria evolutionary algorithm for an assessment of the economic and environmental performances associated with optimal design and operation, for typical requirements of large office buildings in Tokyo.


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2002
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Kyoto, Japan / proceedings : www.elsevier.com/inca/publications/store/672956
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1st to 4th October 2002
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