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Video supplementary lectures from "Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Dynamic Systems," ME 360 Winter 2015. Supplementary video lectures for "Modeling, Analysis, and Control of Dynamic Systems," ME 360 Winter 2015, at University of Michigan.
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Solar Thermal technologies capture the heat energy from the sun and use it for heating and/or the production of electricity. Learn more about solar thermal and all types of energy at www.studentenergy.org
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CarbonetiX has developed a method of capturing energy from a facility's refrigeration system to be used to heat water. This can be applied to operational facilities such as factories. This solution can be used with existing on site mechanical services. In addition, solar PV can be integrated to provide a greater financial and environmental benefits. For more information contact Carbonetix on 1300 311 763
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This physics video tutorial explains the concept of the first law of thermodynamics. It shows you how to solve problems associated with PV diagrams, internal energy, heat, and work. It addition, it provides plenty of examples and practice problems associated with isothermal, isochoric or isovolumetric, isobaric, and adiabatic processes. Here is a list of topics: 1. First Law of Thermodynamics - Energy Transfer 2. Internal Energy, Heat, and Mechanical Work 3. System vs Surroundings 4. Sign Conventions for Q, Heat Absorbed vs Heat Energy Released 5. Work done on the system vs work done by the system 6. Positive Work - Gas Expansion vs Negative Work - Compression 7. Open System, Closed System and Isolated System 8. Isobaric Process - Constant Pressure 9. Work Done at Constant Pressure Formula / Equation 10. Units of Pressure - Converting atm to Pa 11. Units of Volume - m^3 and L conversion 12. Converting L and atm into Joules 13. PV Diagrams - Work Done = Area Under the Curve or Area of the Shaded Region 14. Cyclic Process, Q=W, Work is Positive for Clockwise Rotation and Negative for Counter Clockwise Direction 15. Ideal Gas Law, PV=nRT 16. Charles Law - Temperature and Volume Relationship 17. Converting Celsius to Kelvin Temperature 18. Heat Transferred During Isobaric Process Formula 19. Isochoric Process - Work Done is Zero 20. Isovolumetric Process - Constant Volume, Internal Energy, and Heat Transferred Equation 21. Thermodynamics Formula Sheet Summary 22. Molar Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure and Constant Volume 23. Monatomic Gases - He, Ne, and Ar - Helium, Neon, and Argon 24. Diatomic Gases - N2, O2, and H2 25. Cv and Cp values for ideal monatomic, diatomic and polyatomic gases 26. Gamma Ratio, Cp/Cv formula 27. Isochoric Process - Pressure and Temperature Formula 28. Combined Gas Law Equation 29. Isothermal Process - Constant Temperature 30. Work Done During an Isothermal Process - Natural Logarithms Derivation - Area under Curve 31. Boyle's Law - Pressure and Volume Relationship 32. Adiabatic Process - No Heat Transferred - Q=0 33. Adiabatic Expansion - Cooling Effect of an Ideal Gas 34. Adiabatic Compression - Increase in Temperature - No spark plugs needed in an internal combustion engine of this type 35. Work, Pressure, Volume and integration Formula, Calculus - Isothermal Process 36. Pressure and Volume Formula With Gamma Ratio 37. Temperature and Volume Equation With Gamma Ratio - Adiabatic Process 38. Internal Energy - State Function - Independent of Path 39. Work and Heat - Not a State Function, Path Dependent 40. PV diagram problems, work, heat, and internal energy calculations

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The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
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Fluid flow inside a rectangular channel, that consisting of 6 pipes, in each pipe the fluid temperature is different, This tutorial will help to understand the flow physics as well as it will guide how to use pattern option in ANSYS design modeler.
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Lecture Series on Energy Resources and Technology by Prof.S.Banerjee,Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in.
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Our interdisciplinary team of scientists performs energy-related process and systems analyses for the purposes of planning and consultation. Data searches and system simulations are used to determine energy and mass balances, as well as performance data, emissions and the costs of energy systems. Such quantifiable values are then used as the basis for comparatively assessing energy systems. Current priorities include the development of energy strategies in order to meet the German Federal Government’s greenhouse gas reduction targets, designing infrastructures for a sustainable and secure energy supply (e.g., via power-to-gas, power-to-fuel, biomass-to-liquid) and the conducting of cost analyses for the implementation and operation of new technologies for future energy markets. More information: http://fz-juelich.de/iek/iek-3/EN/UeberUns/Abteilungen2015/Process-and-System-Analysis/_node.html

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The Institute for Energy Systems Seminar Series presents Dr Daniel Friedrich. This IES Seminar took place on the 25th of September 2015 in the School of Engineering at the University of Edinburgh. Presentation Abstract: Balancing the seasonal variation in demand is one of the largest challenges in the decarbonisation of the energy system. For example, in the UK the natural gas demand increases from around 1.5 TWh per day in summer to more than 3.0 TWh per day in winter. This variation is to a large extent due to the increased heating demand and here specifically due to the domestic heating demand. Currently the demand fluctuations can be balanced due to the dispatchable nature of fossil fuel based electricity and heat generation. However, with the increase of non-dispatchable renewables in the energy mix, different solutions are needed. One solution to balance the seasonal variation is seasonal energy storage. However, the required storage capacity for the UK would be more than 100 TWh. Several options ranging from thermal aquifer storage to power-to-fuel systems with liquid fuel storage have been proposed. Here an overview of the different approaches, including the opportunities and challenges, is presented. While most of these methods have been successfully deployed, they are rather expensive and/or suffer from low efficiencies. A second option is a tighter integration of the electricity and heating systems and the utilisation of seasonal variations in renewable energy generation with short to medium term storage. Speakers Bio: Daniel Friedrich received a Diplom in Technomathematik from Universität Karlsruhe (TH), Germany, in 2005. In the same year, he joined the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton, where he obtained his PhD in 2010. In 2009 he joined the School of Engineering, at the University of Edinburgh, to continue his research activity as a post-doctoral researcher and, in March 2013, he was appointed as a Chancellor’s Fellow in Mathematics for Engineering Applications. Daniel has been working extensively on the mathematical modelling and optimisation of engineering systems with particular focus on microfluidic systems, adsorption based gas separation and thermal energy systems. His current research interests are in the efficient numerical simulation and optimisation for low carbon technologies, in particular Carbon Capture and Storage and Thermal Energy Storage. Edited and uploaded by Joseph Burchell www.eng.ed.ac.uk/about/people/mr-joseph-­burchell
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This is a overview of the thermal, fluid & energy systems concentration in the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.
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Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering The operation of a thermal power plant is explained in a logical manner with help of animation in this video. Starting from the very basic question a conceptual overview of Rankine cycle is provided here. Topics such a Generator, Steam turbine, condenser, feed water pump, boiler are illustrated initially. The basic Rankine cycle is modified and use of super hearing, reheating and feed water heating (deaerator) is explained there after. Like us on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
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Lectures aimed at engineering undergraduates. Presentation focuses on understanding key prinicples, processes and problem solving rather than mathematical rigour. Derives models for simple thermal systems containing capacitance and insulation. Summarises analogies with other systems.
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For more information, visit us at: http://www.maplesoft.com/products/MapleSim/?ref=youtube MapleSim provides many components for handling thermal energy within a system model. This webinar will cover the basic principles as well techniques for discretization of complex thermal systems.
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This video explains how to enable and change the thermal properties of building elements in your Revit model. This video specifically changes the wall thermal properties. This video is part of the Whole Building Energy Analysis with Revit professional course. Learn more and sign up here: http://sustainabilityworkshop.autodesk.com/professional-education

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In large parts of the developing world, people have abundant heat from the sun during the day, but most cooking takes place later in the evening when the sun is down, using fuel -- such as wood,brush or dung -- that is collected with significant time and effort. Now, a new chemical composite developed by researchers at MIT could provide an alternative. It could be used to store heat from the sun or any other source during the day in a kind of thermal battery, and it could release the heat when needed, for example for cooking or heating after dark. A common approach to thermal storage is to use what is known as a phase change material (PCM), where input heat melts the material and its phase change -- from solid to liquid -- stores energy. When the PCM is cooled back down below its melting point, it turns back into a solid, at which point the stored energy is released as heat. There are many examples of these materials, including waxes or fatty acids used for low-temperature applications, and molten salts used at high temperatures. But all current PCMs require a great deal of insulation, and they pass through that phase change temperature uncontrollably, losing their stored heat relatively rapidly. Instead, the new system uses molecular switches that change shape in response to light; when integrated into the PCM, the phase-change temperature of the hybrid material can be adjusted with light, allowing the thermal energy of the phase change to be maintained even well below the melting point of the original material. News Sources: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-11/miot-anw111617.php https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-017-01608-y

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Subchannel Methods for the Thermal-Hydraulic Analysis for Nuclear Power Systems presented by Dr. Michael Doster, NCSU

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Economic Operation of Power System (Part 1 of 3): This video covers study of economic dispatch problem in a thermal power plant, input-output characteristics of a generating unit (Boiler + Turbine + Generator), fuel cost optimization, power balance and coordination equations. With Regards AFROZ ALAM Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh-202001, India. Mob No: +91 8439 489 323
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www.DaytonaState.edu On Nov. 20, Daytona State College celebrated completion of a new 2.5-million-gallon thermal energy storage tank constructed on the main campus, with a ribbon-cutting that marks what is expected to be years of energy savings for the institution. Representatives from Florida Power & Light Company (FPL) joined college officials and members of the District Board of Trustees for the event on the Wetherell Center’s fourth-floor outdoor terrace, with the 80-foot-tall storage tank as a backdrop to the west. “This is a great example of partnering to a good end. Florida Power & Light shared the opportunity with us, including rebates of over \$1 million,” said college COO/Provost Tom LoBasso, pointing to energy-efficiency rebates DSC received from FPL upon completion of the \$3 million project. Board of Trustees Chair Lloyd Freckleton noted that the thermal energy storage tank is a functional, economical, environmentally-sound enhancement for the college. “It showcases the college’s smart choices – from fiscal savings to useful partnerships,” he said. “We welcome further wise investments in our infrastructure, as well as partnering for academic and workforce training programs.” John Haney, FPL’s director of customer service, noted that such partnerships help keep rates low for all FPL customers. “I commend the board for making such a forward thinking and energy efficient solution for the college,” he said. The tank allows Daytona State to take advantage of special low-demand (off-peak) rates offered by FPL. This is achieved by chilling water for the college’s cooling systems at night and storing it in the insulated storage tank, with 10-inch walls of reinforced concrete, at 42 degrees for use during times of peak demand, a process known as load shifting. The tank is projected to provide the college with more than \$200,000 annually in energy savings. Construction was completed in August by CROM Corp. of Gainesville, Fla.
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In this lecture we start a more detailed discussion about open system analysis. This is part 1 of 2 lectures.
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PAX Water Technologies explains how water storage tanks can become thermally stratified and how active tank mixing can be used eliminate this problem.
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This video is a tutorial for heating and cooling load analysis in Revit 2014. It shows you how to select different materials and thermal properties for each building element ( walls, roofs etc... ) and it shows you how to do a heating and cooling load analysis using zones and spaces.
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Information on how a thermal storage tank can be used to heat the hot water system in a property and reduce the load on the existing hot water heating system boiler. We also have a host of additional information on energy saving and green living in our Green Living section: https://www.diydoctor.org.uk/green-living/
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TOP-Energy® is a software for the initial analysis, simulation, optimization and economic evaluation of decentralized energy systems for electricity, heat, refrigeration, steam and compressed air. Further information is available at www.top-energy.de and http://www.magis-consult.com
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This unique two day course has been designed for engineers, architects, contractors, specifiers and individuals who are involved with, or have a keen interest in solar hot water technology. The objective is to empower participants to do the following: - Have an advanced understanding and insight into solar hot water technology - Enable you to size and design a large scale sized solar hot water system - To be able to design and configure the collector area layout and flow - To do a full financial analysis and reporting on ROI - Comprehensive training on the RETSCREEN software for sizing Solar Thermal Systems About the Course: Course content is intended to expose candidates to the calculations, components, and design of large scale solar hot water systems. - World Energy Solar Thermal Trends - Industrial Process Heat Applications & Opportunities - Solar Radiation & Solar Collectors - Collector Materials & Performance - Building integration, Thermal storage & System components - System Concepts & Applications - Dimensioning; Practical challenges & solutions - RETSCREEN Software training - South African case studies discussions

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http://goo.gl/yclkxV for more free video tutorials covering Thermodynamics. This video briefly explains the nature of open systems with respect to the conservation of mass, observes the energy balance for open systems, determines an empirical relation for work flow and demonstrates the first law of thermodynamics when applied to open systems. The first part of the video explains open systems as unit section of particular interest wherein there is a free movement of mass and energy following the illustration on piston-cylinder arrangement. Second part of the video demonstrates how changes in mass affect the overall mass of a system and thereafter introduces the continuity equation of mass flow rate. Next, it describes steady state steady flow system in greater details where the total mass of a system is constant means mass entering the system is equal to mass leaving the system at any particular time. Next, the video illustrates energy balance equation for open system following the derivation of equations of flow work. Last part of the video demonstrates the first law of thermodynamics correlating mass flow and flow work and shows how internal energy, kinetic energy, potential energy and thermal energy influence in the energy balance of an open system in greater details.
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This is a great animation that shows how a CST plant works, created by Beyond Zero Emissions volunteer
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http://goo.gl/8p0bSM for more free video tutorials covering Thermodynamics. This video explains transient system following the detailed illustration of relevant equations & an example relating to charging-discharging transient system. First part of the video explains the steady flow process for open systems discussing relevant equation of total energy transfer. Next, it describes transient system and distinguishes it from close system which is very similar to transient system. The transient system has to be defined over period of time where changes occur within the control volume of the system. The video shows how summation of thermal energy, flow work & total energy of mass entering and leaving the transient system is equal to the total energy difference between any two points of the system in any particular time. Later, it describes a charging-discharging system in details, a very common form of transient system, where it has shown that how control volume of the system changes with respect to time affecting the total energy balance of the system.
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Lecture Series on Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution by Prof.D.P.Kothari, Centre for Energy Studies, IIT Delhi For more details visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
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Exergy Analysis of a Biomass Power Plant with Supercritical CO2 Production for Geological Storage The course is organized as a series of lectures covering the following structured topics: 1. Energy transition and climate change 2. Techno-economic analysis of power generation plants 3. Fundamentals of thermal energy conversion and exergy analysis 4. Biomass and biogas power plants 5. Fundamentals of flow energy conversion / turbines and propulsion systems 6. Hydro and wind power generation plants 7. Fundamentals thermochemical conversion processes 8. Industrial processes for fuel production and electricity generation from biomass 9. Agroindustrial systems and carbon capture and geological storage 10. Energy planning and energy commercialization in Brazil
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The report on Global Molten Salt Solar Energy Thermal Storage Market Research Report 2021 added by DecisionDatabases.com gives an in depth industry analysis of the market. It covers the costing, sales, revenue details and forecasts. Visit Us - http://www.decisiondatabases.com/ip/8983-molten-salt-solar-energy-thermal-storage-industry-market-report
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An energy balance is done on a steady-state heat exchanger in which superheated steam is used to heat a reaction stream. Steam tables are used to determine the values in the energy balance. Made by faculty at the University of Colorado Boulder Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering. Check out our Thermodynamics playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnChemE/playlists?shelf_id=11&view=50&sort=dd Check out our Material & Energy Balances playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnChemE/playlists?view=50&flow=list&shelf_id=8 Check out our website for screencasts organized by popular textbooks: http://www.learncheme.com/screencasts Check out our website for interactive simulations: http://www.learncheme.com/simulations
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This chemistry video tutorial provides a lecture review on gibbs free energy, the equilibrium constant K, enthalpy and entropy. it provides a list of equations and formulas as well as the appropriate units. It contains plenty of examples and practice problems. Here is a list of topics: 1. Entropy Definition - Concepts and Examples 2. Entropy of Solids, Liquids, and Gases 3. How To Determine / Predict The Sign of the Entropy Change / Delta S for a reaction 4. Second Law of Thermodynamics - The Entropy of Universe, System and Surroundings 5. Delta G, H, T and S equation 6. Enthalpy - Heat Exchange at Constant Pressure - Endothermic and Exothermic Reactions 7. Gibbs Free Energy and the ability to do useful work 8. Spontaneity - Spontaneous and Nonspontaneous Processes 9. Delta G = 0, Reversible Process at Equilibrium 10. How To Calculate Delta G Naught Using the Equilibrium Constant K 11. Entropy of Reaction = Products - Reactants 12. Entropy = q/T heat absorbed for a reversible reaction and temperature 13. The relationship between temperature and entropy 14. Nonstandard Delta G calculations 15. Delta G - Gibbs Free Energy and Le Chatelier's Principle 16. Delta G Table / Chart - How To Determine if a Reaction is Spontaneous at Low or High Temperatures, Always Spontaneous or Nonspontaneous based on the signs of enthalpy and entropy

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NASA’s Game Changing Development is taking on a technology development and demonstration effort to design, build, and test the next generation of Phase Change Material Heat Exchangers (PCM HXs) on the International Space Station. The primary objective of the task is to develop a PCM HX that operates through numerous freeze and thaw cycles without risking the structural integrity of the heat exchanger.
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