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Title: Current utilization of microturbines as a part of a hybrid system in distributed generation technology
Keywords: Microturbine Hybrid system Distributed generation Cogeneration Fuel consumption
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Series/Report no.: 21;
Abstract: Microturbinesarearelativelynewdistributedgenerationtechnology.Combinedheatandpower, known ascogeneration,canbeconsideredthemosteconomicalattractiveinvestmentinmicroturbines. Latest technologiesandincreasingenergypricesarepropellingthistechnologytotheforefront.This studyaimstoreviewthecurrentstateofutilizationofmicroturbinesindistributedgenerationasa standalonesystemorwithinahybridsystemtosupplyloads.Itisfoundthatmoreresearchand developmenteffortisneededtoimprovetheperformanceofmicroturbines,integratethemwith other energysourcesandadoptstandardsandregulationstoconnectthemwiththeutilitygrid. Thesestandardsshallbedevelopedtoserveallpartiesandtakeintoaccountregionalandinternational requirements.Furthermore,completemathematicalmodeling,especiallyforfuelconsumptionisstill required.Thedevelopmentofsmallscaleunitswithintherangeofkilowattsforin-houseuseasa backupsourceofresidentialPV system is also needed.
URI: https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/handle/123456789/122
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