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See detailPerformance assessment of a 5 kW SOFC cogeneration fuel cell
Lerson, sébastien; Lilien, Jean-Louis ULg; Minne, Gael

in International Journal of Environmental Technology & Management (2008), 9(4), 426-433

A 5 kW SOFC (Solid Oxyde Fuel Cell) performance will be detailed. This kind of cogeneration, a typical one for residential application, will be able to replace actual boiler in most of applications. The ... [more ▼]

A 5 kW SOFC (Solid Oxyde Fuel Cell) performance will be detailed. This kind of cogeneration, a typical one for residential application, will be able to replace actual boiler in most of applications. The combination of high temperature hot water output combined with grid-tie electricity delivery will progressively replace actual systems. This will help to significantly reduce GHG (green house gas) emission to about 20% , even compared to actual emissions, based on high performance boiler and electricity produced by high efficiency combined cycle. The particular benefit of SOFC compared to other technologies of fuel cell is the high temperature from one side (giving access to appropriate hot water for heating purposes) and the very exciting high electricity efficiency which is over 40%, together with a global efficiency measured over 80%. This paper is analysing an existing 5 kW unit SOFC which has shown such high level efficiencies [less ▲]

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See detailA heat piloted residential 5 kW fuel cell
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULg; Maréchal, François; Lerson, Sébastien et al

(2004, August)

based on residential house demand (electrical, heating, domestic hot water), the optimisation of the use of a SOFC fuel cell of about 5 kWe is detailed to reduce CO2 emission at their minimum.

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See detailSystem optimization for residential SOFC 5 kW heat and electricity management
Lilien, Jean-Louis ULg; Lerson, Sébastien; Pochet, Nicolas

(2004, July)

A demonstration project will be presented using a 5 kW Solid Oxyde Fuel Cell for residential application in the region of Liège, Belgium. The current stage of the project is to evaluate the thermal ... [more ▼]

A demonstration project will be presented using a 5 kW Solid Oxyde Fuel Cell for residential application in the region of Liège, Belgium. The current stage of the project is to evaluate the thermal management of a single house with, at the present time, 45 MW.h (thermal 25 MW.h, electrical 20 MW.h) annual consumptions. The changes needed from a classical gas boiler heating of 20 kW to a 6 kW (thermal) plus 5 kW (electrical) system will be studied and detailed. Evaluation of CO2 reduction in the two systems will be presented considering the Belgium mix of electricity production. The heat and electricity local storage to cover peak demand in both energy demands will be discussed in relation with a grid-connected fuel cell. In particular the detailed analysis of this home demand will be analysed for the last three years. An original thermal circuit will be proposed, including its regulation. The experimental result of the behaviour of our proposal during 2003-2004 winter will be presented using a “virtual” SOFC (actually replaced by “equivalent” 6 kWth boiler) which is intended to be used in the same environment after this testing period. Constrains related to SOFC typical behaviour will be taken into account in our proposal for regulation. Depending on our development, it may be possible that up-to-date results may be given at the conference with a real system using a true SOFC 5 kW which would be in service after Septembre 2004. [less ▲]

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