18. Development of autonomous power engineering systems with hydrogen energy storage

18. Development of autonomous power engineering systems with hydrogen energy storage

Shevchenko A. A., Kozak L. R., Zipunnikov N. N., Kotenko A. L.

A. Pidgorny Institute of Mechanical Engineering Problems, Kharkiv, Ukraine; Yangel Yuzhnoye State Design Office, Dnipro, Ukraine

Kosm. teh. Raket. vooruž. 2020, (1); 160-169
https://doi.org/10.33136/stma2020.01.160
 
Language: Russian
Annotation:
The article analyzes the energy potential of alternative sources of Ukraine. The projects using hydrogen technologies aimed at attracting solar energy to the infrastructure of energy technological complexes, in particular water desalination systems and for refueling automobile vehicles located in areas with high solar radiation potential, are considered. During the operation of water desalination plants using a solar power station as an energy source, contingencies are very likely to arise due to either a power outage (due to cloudy weather) or an emergency failure of individual elements of the system. In this case, it is required to ensure its removal from service without loss of technological capabilities (operability). For this purpose, it is necessary to provide for the inclusion in the technological scheme of the energy technological complex of an additional element that ensures operation of the unit for a given time, determined by the regulations for its operation. As such an element, a buffer system based on a hydrogen energy storage device is proposed. The current level of hydrogen technologies that are implemented in electrochemical plants developed at the Institute of Mechanical Engineering named after A. N. Podgorny of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine allows producing and accumulating the hydrogen under high pressure, which eliminates the use of compressor technology.
Key words: alternative energy sources, hydrogen, solar energy, hydrogen generator.

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