High solar fraction by thermally activated components

Thomas Ramschak, Walter Becke, Christian Fink, Werner Lerch, Richard Heimrath, Thomas Mach

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Abstract

Thermally activated building elements (TABs) are employed successfully in the building sector in recent years. From an energetic point of view, such low temperature systems are especially beneficial when combined with solar thermal installations or heat pumps. Within the scope of national funding programs and R&D projects the intensive use of thermally activated building elements is investigated, as main thermal storage in different buildings, with focus on the combination with solar technologies (thermal, photovoltaic) for energy supply. Investigations based on measuring data from realised buildings and on a theoretical approach, various technical system concepts with solar thermal or photovoltaic in combination with thermally activated components for single- (SFH) and multifamily houses (MFH) were analysed under technical, economic and ecological criteria. The results show that through the activation and use of the thermal storage potential contained in the building mass, high solar fractions up to 100 % of the building's heat demand can be achieved.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference
Subtitle of host publication12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry
PublisherInternational Solar Energy Society
Pages133-139
ISBN (Electronic)ISBN 978-3-9820408-0-6
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventEuroSun 2018: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry - Rapperswil, Switzerland
Duration: 10 Sep 201813 Sep 2018

Conference

ConferenceEuroSun 2018
CountrySwitzerland
CityRapperswil
Period10/09/1813/09/18

Keywords

    ASJC Scopus subject areas

    • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment

    Fields of Expertise

    • Sustainable Systems

    Treatment code (Nähere Zuordnung)

    • Experimental

    Cite this

    Ramschak, T., Becke, W., Fink, C., Lerch, W., Heimrath, R., & Mach, T. (2019). High solar fraction by thermally activated components. In Proceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry (pp. 133-139). International Solar Energy Society.

    High solar fraction by thermally activated components. / Ramschak, Thomas; Becke, Walter; Fink, Christian; Lerch, Werner; Heimrath, Richard; Mach, Thomas.

    Proceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry. International Solar Energy Society, 2019. p. 133-139.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionResearchpeer-review

    Ramschak, T, Becke, W, Fink, C, Lerch, W, Heimrath, R & Mach, T 2019, High solar fraction by thermally activated components. in Proceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry. International Solar Energy Society, pp. 133-139, EuroSun 2018, Rapperswil, Switzerland, 10/09/18.
    Ramschak T, Becke W, Fink C, Lerch W, Heimrath R, Mach T. High solar fraction by thermally activated components. In Proceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry. International Solar Energy Society. 2019. p. 133-139
    Ramschak, Thomas ; Becke, Walter ; Fink, Christian ; Lerch, Werner ; Heimrath, Richard ; Mach, Thomas. / High solar fraction by thermally activated components. Proceedings of the ISES EuroSun 2018 Conference: 12th International Conference on Solar Energy for Buildings and Industry. International Solar Energy Society, 2019. pp. 133-139
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