Title: Thermal energy storage TEPLATOR: Technology, utilisation and economics
Authors: Škarohlíd, Jan
Burian, Ondřej
Fořtová, Anna
Zeman, Michal
Škoda, Radek
Citation: ŠKAROHLÍD, J., BURIAN, O., FOŘTOVÁ, A., ZEMAN, M., ŠKODA, R. Thermal energy storage TEPLATOR: Technology, utilisation and economics. In: Proceedings : 29th International Conference Nuclear Energy for New Europe (NENE 2020). Ljubljana: Nuclear Society of Slovenia, 2020. s. 404.1-404.5. ISBN 978-961-6207-49-2.
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Nuclear Society of Slovenia
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/42637
ISBN: 978-961-6207-49-2
Keywords in different language: TEPLATOR;energy storage;molten salt;heat storage
Abstract in different language: Generally, energy storage is a very current topic as renewable sources of energy produce cheaper but unpredictable energy. Energy storages became more common not even for electric but also for heat production. Because of stronger and smarter control systems and consumption predictions energy storage is becoming a solution for district heating. TEPLATOR is a critical assembly using already irradiated nuclear fuel from commercial light water power reactors which is not burnt up to its regulatory and design limits. This innovative concept for district heating could benefit from having a robust heat energy storage for compensation of: 1) TEPLATOR power fluctuations, 2) compensation and smoothing of the demand curve and 3) can serve as an emergency and safety heat sink. Thermal heat storage is a promising solution, when operating in a suitable temperature range, it could absorb adequate amount of heat in reasonable material volume and with good operation dynamics providing quick response for charging and discharging demands. In this paper we would like to point out and discuss benefits and possibilities of thermal energy storage operating with TEPLATOR.
Rights: Plný text je přístupný v rámci univerzity přihlášeným uživatelům.
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