Subtask B: Process integration and Process Intensification combined with solar process heat

IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B6 - Integrating Solar Heat into Industrial Processes (SHIP)
Booklet on results of Task49/IV Subtask B
May 2016 - PDF 0.86MB
By: Bettina Muster-Slawitsch
When integrating solar heat into industrial or commercial processes, the aim is to identify the most technically and economically suitable integration point and the most suitable integration concept. Due to the complexity of heat supply and distribution in industry, where a large number of processes might require thermal energy, this task is usually not trivial. Within Task 49/IV Subtask B several documents have been developed to assist with the necessary steps when planning the integration of a solar process heat plant.
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B5 - Potential Enhancement of Solar Process Heat by Emerging Technologies
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B5 - Potential Enhancement of Solar Process Heat by Emerging Technologies
March 2016 - PDF 0.89MB
By: Bettina Muster-Slawitsch, Tobias Prosinecki, Qasid Ahmad, Christian Sattler, Judith Buchmaier, Susanne Lux, Wim van Helden, Anh Phan, Christoph Brunner
Within IEA Task 49, Subtask B is focusing on the integration possibilities of solar heat in industrial processes. In this context, also the questions are tackled: - Which new technologies can stimulate the use of renewable (solar) heat? - Which technologies must be developed for reacting best on the hybrid energy supply in future?
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B4 - Catalogue of recommended components for advanced integration
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B4 - Catalogue of recommended components for advanced integration
February 2016 - PDF 0.22MB
By: Bettina Muster, Bastian Schmitt, Ilyes Ben Hassine
In this catalogue, software and hardware components are described that can help realising the integration of solar process heat in an advanced way.
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B3 - Updated Efficiency Finder
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B3 - Updated Efficiency Finder
December 2015 - PDF 1.24MB
By: Bastian Schmitt, Bettina Muster
The Efficiency Finder, also known as Zero Emission WikiWeb or Matrix of Indicators is a reference book that contains important information on unit operations, energy supply technologies, process technologies, best practice examples, and guidelines for implementation of efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies. The website (http://wiki.zero-emissions.at/) can be used as an inter-active compendium by process engineers, energy managers, RES experts, etc. to support their work e.g. by providing measures for energy efficiency and finding suitable solar applications in production processes.
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B1 - Methodologies and Software Tools for Integrating Solar Heat into Industrial Processes
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B1 - Methodologies and Software Tools for Integrating Solar Heat into Industrial Processes
February 2015 - PDF 1.66MB
By: Bettina Muster, Pierre Krummenacher
This document is primarily intended for the process integration community, and aims to present specific issues of, and solutions/approaches for, the integration of solar heat into industrial processes.
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B2 - Integration Guideline
IEA SHC Task 49/IV - Deliverable B2 - Integration Guideline
February 2015 - PDF 3.12MB
By: Bettina Muster-Slawitsch
Guideline for solar planners, energy consultants and process engineers giving a general procedure to integrate solar heat into industrial processes by identifying and ranking suitable integration points and solar thermal system concepts.