- Technical and economical, qualitative and quantitative requirements for the proposed SHIP200 and SHIP300.
- Technical specifications for the technologies of SHIP200 & SHIP300 as base for future development.
- Scenario definition, test plan and validation methods for SHIP200 & SHIP300 systems
- Design of the solar thermal field system including peripheries, piping and operation concept
- Developing a concept for operation with high availability of solar heat
- Development of spectrally selective coatings with improved optical properties (solar absorptance up to 96%) applicable by electroplating or spray coating technique.
- Lifetime assessment of spectrally selective coatings
- Development of high temperature heat pump concepts based on water (R718) and CO2 (R744) as working medium
- Prototyping of multistage turbocompressor technology for steam (R718) compression up to 15 bar
- Test of turbocompressor and validation of isentropic efficiency (target 75%)
- Develop in-house modelling tools to enable conceptual evaluation of reversed CO2 (R744) and water (R718) cycles for relevant conditions, and evaluate a coefficient of performance
- Develop in-house modelling tools to enable evaluation of total system integration, and determine the optimum integration approach for relevant conditions, including off-design considerations
- Propose design concept(s) of innovative, energy-efficient thermal-driven ejector chillers for supply of industrial process cold and/or AC
- Develop design concepts of advanced multi-effect absorption chillers for sub-zero cold production with improved efficiency and profitability compared to state-of-the-art technologies
- Realize and assess the performances of a multi-effect absorption chiller for cold production down to -20°C
- Develop a high-density heat storage for SHIP applications
- Include in a single component heat storage for solar loop, for process loop and the steam generator
- Realize and assess a demonstrator at TRL5 for SHIP applications
- Develop numerical models of systems SHIP200 and SHIP300 that will support the design & the smart management modules, but also systems assessment (WP7) and replicability / scalability studies (WP8)
- Develop a pre-design tool to support engineers in the feasibility studies of the FRIENDSHIP concept into an existing industrial process in Europe,
- Integrate the developed components into a coherent and optimised system, including normalised and easy to plug connection to different kinds of processes,
- Develop the Smart Management System ensuring optimal performance of the system formed by the FRIENDSHIP concept and the existing site / park heating and cooling sources.
- Prepare CEA Grenoble site to host SHIP200 prototype
- Design, installation and commissioning of system SHIP200 prototype
- Testing and qualification of SHIP prototype
- Validation of FRIENDSHIP modelling library thanks to SHIP200 prototype experimental campaign
- Identifying the energy yield of SHIP300 system
- Identifying the applicability of SHIP300 system in the industry
- Further explore and quantify the potential for SHIP promoted in FRIENDSHIP in EU industries (both sectors covered by demonstration and further sectors with suitable process temperature) in terms of environmental benefit, considering the different technologies developed in the project;
- make a market survey about FRIENDSHIP potentialities,
- prepare the business models and related suitable arrangements for the FRIENDSHIP technologies, with a special focus on ESCO models,
- perform upscale feasibility studies to demonstrate the viability of FRIENDSHIP concepts in project use cases.
Each objective above presented is the main output of a task of this WP. An E-Handbook that wraps up the outcomes of this WP promoting the replication potential and benefit of FRIENDSHIP project, also presenting integration project use cases, will be realized.
- increase public awareness of the potential of innovative SHIP system and its application through introduction of a dedicated project webpage, preparation of printed materials, organization of workshops, launching event and participation in the top level European conferences;
- introduce training for SHIP experts and prepare educational tutorials for students, technicians and engineers to achieve specific knowledge required in dedicated area;
- manage the collective impact of the consortium throughout the course of the project by
- evaluating the market potential and determine product opportunities in relation to customer/product requirements,
- identifying and managing individual and collective opportunities of exploitation of project results by partners (exploitation plans),
- monitoring new IPR creation inside (opportunity) and outside (threat) of the consortium
- Contribute, upon invitation by the INEA, to common information and dissemination activities to increase the visibility and synergies between H2020 supported actions
- coordinating the actions of participants and progress monitoring for achievements of project goals;
- financial and administrative management;
- reliable interface to the EC services.
The project will be managed according to well-defined procedures built up over many years of scientific project management. In particular, the project management activities include:
- coordination of the project WPs (through WP leaders) according to the work plan, ensuring the high quality of the project outcomes;
- efficient and high-quality communication between all the partners;
- distribution of the financial support received from the Commission to the partners;
- considering relevant gender issues;
- identification and mitigation of project risks by performing an effective risk management;
- due reporting of consortium activities and achievements.