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Operation of Parallelly Connected Synchronous and Asynchronous Generator to Off-grid Network
Seiml, Jan ; Paar, Martin (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
The main focus of this bachelor's thesis is the description of the properties of asynchronous and synchronous generator in off-grid network. There is explanation of control and regulation of off-grid networks, the behavior of generators and and resources in the network and their characteristics and the subsequent creation of a practical demonstration of island networks with synchronous and asynchronous generator.
Operation of Parallelly Connected Synchronous and Asynchronous Generator to Off-grid Network
Seiml, Jan ; Paar, Martin (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
The main focus of this bachelor's thesis is the description of the properties of asynchronous and synchronous generator in an isolated network. There is explanation of control and regulation of isolated networks, the behavior of generators and burdens in the network.
Design of autonomous energy source with photovoltaic and wind power sources
Bršťák, Jan ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Ptáček, Michal (advisor)
The ability to accumulate electric power is one of the most important and the most developing field in power engineering. Contemporary problems of electric power production from photovoltaic and wind sources are their varying outputs set by the weather conditions. These disadvantages can cause various problems (particularly there are supplied outputs into distributional system that runs for on-grid systems). The hybrid system (photovoltaic + wind sources) and the accumulation of electric power solve the problems of their output fluctuation because they complement each other. This Bachelor’s Thesis is focused on the basic description of photovoltaic and wind sources and their electric power accumulation. One of the chapters is intended for the description of well-known and used electric power accumulators. There is also a general suggestion of cooperating photovoltaic and wind sources and its evaluation in the relationship to the distributional system. In the conclusion, there are evaluations of the hybrid system (photovoltaic + wind sources) used in praxis. There are also mentioned their advantages and disadvantages.
The Conversion Efficiency of Different Kinds of Energy into Electrical Energy and the Possibility of its Accumulation
Ostruška, Jan ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Macháček, Jan (advisor)
The thesis deals with the issues of the conversion efficiency of different kinds of energy into electric energy. Firstly, the thesis presents a brief introduction into types of energy sources and their capacity. Then, conversion efficiency of particular direct and indirect conversion is scrutinized, pointing to factors which affect conversion efficiency. The next chapter deals with the possibilities of accumulating electric energy. These are analysed as far as conversion efficiency is concerned as well and the end of the chapter concludes with comparison of these particular possibilities. Booth parts of the process – power generation and its accumulation – are connected in comprehensive scheme of energy conversions. The thesis develops on this scheme by mathematic description of its components and by designing a simulation programme, which would show the flow of energy in the scheme.
Alternative use of biomass
Hornoch, Radek ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis describes the options of the processing biomass on the nobler fuels and their using. In the first part are described the sources of biomass so the option targeted grow crops or use different convenient wastes. The second part contains a description of the technology, how to revise the biomass to synthesis gas, methanol, ethanol, biodiesel and biogas. They are given yields on already mentioned high-grade fuels from individual crops and technologies. The third part deals with device where it is maybe to use nobler forms of fuels. It is going about traditional heating plant with back pressure or condensing extraction turbine, steam heating plant, a cogeneration unit with micro turbine, a cogeneration unit with combustion engine and a cogeneration unit with fuel cells. At the end of the chapter is a comparison of the different devices when using different fuels.
Design of a combined system for low-potential heating using in buildings
Buček, Tomáš ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
The main aim of this semestral thesis is to familiarize oneself with an area of the use of the low-potential heat for heating and to specify the low-potential energy sources for energetic buildings and the qualities of combined systems.
The Development of High Frequency High Voltage Test Sources
Talaš, Pavel ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Krbal, Michal (advisor)
This Bachelor´s thesis deals with the high frequency source of high voltage. This thesis is divided into two parts. The first part deals with high voltage sources for the historical site, supplemented by basic characteristics. Special attention is paid to TC (Tesla Coil). In the second part is made mathematical concept of a Tesla coil.
Production of electricity and heat out of biogas
Inwald, Jan ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to describe new possibilities for using biogas for electric and heat production and to propose a technological solution.
Design of a combined system for low-potential heating using in buildings
Buček, Tomáš ; Bartošík, Tomáš (referee) ; Mastný, Petr (advisor)
The main aim of this semestral thesis is to familiarize oneself with an area of the use of the low-potential heat for heating and to specify the low-potential energy sources for energetic buildings and the qualities of combined systems.
Support of the energy sources construction for households
Stručovský, Aleš ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the comparison of energy sources used for residential construction. It focuses on photovoltaic power plants, wind power plants, hydropower plants and cogeneration units. Budget cost of energy source is limited to the amount of 550 000 CZK. Every source of energy is defined by its feature, operating principle, advantages and disadvantages. Options of selling the produced energy and its price are specified. Furthermore, the particular building licence applications (construction administration approval, generation of power questionnaire, application for connection to the distribution network, application for the contract of energy production support) including all the necessary enclosures have been analysed. Essential aspect for buying the energy source is its power and it is chosen according to the type of source. Energy source of hydropower systems is flow and gradient, in wind power systems it is wind speed, in photovoltaic power systems it is sufficient intensity of sunshine and in cogeneration units its dependance on annual heat consumption. Specific energy source available on our market is chosen for every group and the calculations of annual electricity production, period of repayment and profitability in 20-year running period are performed.

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