Storage in energy systems

Storage in energy systems

Renewable energy systems produce different amounts of energy depending on the available wind power or changing solar radiation. Coverage of the energy demand from evening to morning therefore requires suitable intermediate storage of the surplus energy from the day, if no constant supply of energy is possible, for example from a biogas plant.

Single-stage piston compressor

ET 513

Single-stage piston compressor

Investigations on an air compressor including the determination of the mechanical power consumption.

Transient drainage processes in storage reservoirs

HM 143

Transient drainage processes in storage reservoirs

Demonstration of the function of a rainwater retention basin and a storage lake.

Using photovoltaics: grid-connected or stand-alone

ET 255

Using photovoltaics: grid-connected or stand-alone

Electrical components of a real life photovoltaic system.

Ice stores in refrigeration

ET 420

Ice stores in refrigeration

Industrial refrigeration system with ice store, dry cooling tower and wet cooling tower.

Energy conversion in a wind power plant

ET 220

Energy conversion in a wind power plant

Conversion of kinetic wind energy into electrical energy.

Control unit for wind power plant ET 220.01

ET 220.10

Control unit for wind power plant ET 220.01

Use of wind energy in stand-alone operation under real weather conditions.

Central storage module with controller

HL 320.05

Central storage module with controller

Module with buffer storage and bivalent storage for heating systems with renewable energies.

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