Designing and Application of Solar Active Systems for Hakim Sabzevari University: A Case Study of the Dining Hall

Document Type: Research Article

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1 Faculty of Architecture, University of Art, Tehran, Iran

2 Department of Energy, Materials and Energy Research Center(MERC), MeshkinDasht, Alborz, Iran.

Abstract

In this paper, on the basis of Green comprehensive Plan at Hakim Sabzevari University of Sabzevar, Iran, using of active solar systems at dining hall has been evaluated. On the basis of solar measured data and some solar models and relations, solar energy on the various surfaces and tilts are evaluated. Then electricity and thermal energy consumption are measured and new efficient lighting systems are introduced. Then photovoltaic/thermal panels and one ended evacuated tube solar collector for façade and rooftop installation are chosen. Results shows that 36683 Nm 3 /year natural gas and 87.6 tone/year pollutant are reduced. Payback time of the system based on internal energy carrier and export electricity price are 21.3 and 3.9 years respectively.

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