TITLE

STUDIES AND RESEARCH REGARDING EFFICIENCY IMPROVEMENT OF THE DISTRICT HEATING SYSTEM AND HEAT SUPPLY IN AN URBAN AGLOMERATION IN ROMANIA. STUDY CASE FOR THE CHP PLANT IN BACAU

AUTHOR(S)
Macarescu, Bogdan; Nedeff, Valentine; Capat, Cornelia; Panainte, Mirela; Mosnegutu, Emilian; Savin, Carmen
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
Metalurgia International;Nov2010, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p123
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
The paper present the most important problems faced by the district heating systems for heat production, transport and distribution in urban areas, based on a study case for Bacau Municipality. A study for prioritization of the investments needed for reduction of quantitative and qualitative heat losses was elaborated, in order to increase the efficiency of the heat production, transport and distribution to the consumers, and to efficiently use the Structural Funds.
ACCESSION #
51974312

 

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