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Emissions from the burning of garden waste
Kuznetsova, Oksana ; Poláčik, Ján (referee) ; Baláš, Marek (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of production of gaseous and solid pollutants in the incineration of garden waste. The aim was to carry out and evaluate the experiment. During the evaluation, it was found that the incineration of garden waste produces many times more emissions, than the incineration of wood in the boiler. The reason for the high emission concentrations was the fuel composition and the combustion process. Furthermore, fine particles in the range 17.5–532.8 nm were investigated. In the theoretical part, a literary search was created, which was based on Czech and foreign professional literature.
Comparison of solar thermal collectors and a heat pump powered by solar photovoltaics in terms of thermal energy production
Kuznetsova, Oksana ; Fišer, Jan (referee) ; Charvát, Pavel (advisor)
Lately there is a growing pressure on reducing energy demand of households. One way to limit energy production from fossil fuels is using sustainable energy sources. Aim of this paper is to compare 2 systems for production of hot water. It involves comparison of energy gains from solar collectors with gains from heat pump powered by photovoltaic pannels. These systems will be compared by using simulation programm TRNSYS. Parametric study will be done. Effect of each factor for these systems will be shown on simulation models
Emissions from the burning of garden waste
Kuznetsova, Oksana ; Poláčik, Ján (referee) ; Baláš, Marek (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of production of gaseous and solid pollutants in the incineration of garden waste. The aim was to carry out and evaluate the experiment. During the evaluation, it was found that the incineration of garden waste produces many times more emissions, than the incineration of wood in the boiler. The reason for the high emission concentrations was the fuel composition and the combustion process. Furthermore, fine particles in the range 17.5–532.8 nm were investigated. In the theoretical part, a literary search was created, which was based on Czech and foreign professional literature.

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