As explained here, the initial concepts about the heat pump and its integration into SHIP200 are being investigated. Also, evaluations of different heat pump concepts, component, and system TRL level and cost have been performed. Furthermore, Modelica was used for detailed investigation of both design… Read More »More on the heat pump concepts
On 13th and 14th January, FRIENDSHIP consortium met together to discuss the project advancement in the first 18 months and to have the 1st Review Meeting. The meetings occurred online due to the Covid-19 restrictions in Europe. On the first meeting day, the M18 meeting… Read More »Online session for the first Review meeting
This month, our consortium has released three scientific works available in open-access: one article in a specialized journal and two public deliverables. The article, Choked liquid flow in nozzles: Crossover from heterogeneous to homogeneous cavitation and insensitivity to depressurization rate, compares two theoretical methodologies, based… Read More »Ejector, nanofluids and heat pump: read FRIENDSHIP’s latest publications!
This year, two experts from CEA highlighted the progress and results of respectively Work Package 4, about the absorption chillers (Fabio Aste), and Work Package 5, about the thermal storage (Pierre Garcia), during the event that took place online from 27th September to 1st October.… Read More »FRIENDSHIP at SolarPaces 2021
FRIENDSHIP has been presented at the Renewable Heating and Cooling workshop during the Sustainable Places 2021 event, held both online and in Rome (Italy), on 30th September. The Project Coordinator, Valéry Vuillerme from CEA, highlighted the progress and results achieved during the first year of… Read More »FRIENDSHIP at Sustainable Places 2021
Our partner CEA, in collaboration with CNRS and USMB, has published an article explaining the methods and results of the use of a MILP algorithm and a 0D model in hybrid solar thermal plants. This work will come particularly handy when the project reaches the… Read More »An algorithm in the service of SHIP