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Low potential heat for electrical power generation
Dobiáš, Jiří ; Radil, Lukáš (referee) ; Bartošík, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with low potential heat sources for electrical power generation. It mentions primarily low potential heat sources, their distribution by origin and where you can find such resources. Another part deals with the technology that uses low potential heat to heat production of higher temperature level and power generation. These are discussed here with a heat pump, regenerative heating, Stirling engine, solar collectors, Peltier cells, etc. In addition is to their use in practice. The last chapter deals with the replacement of the heater in the regeneration heating coil from the solar collectors. It is thus the use of renewable energy sources. Carry out technical and economic calculations for the real utility of such a plan.
Electric cars heating systems
Kolomazník, Milan ; Fišer, Jan (referee) ; Hejčík, Jiří (advisor)
The object of this bachelor thesis is a research concerned the electric vehicle interior heating ways. The basic terms connected with the electromobilism general problems are described at the beginning. The following part outlines the current problems that impede the wide expansion of these vehicles. The thesis sums up the direct methods of the heating using electricity and the alternative way, which is a self-sufficient heating using an internal combustion engine. It also assesses the applicability of heat loss emerging in the electric components, such as an electric motor, a frequency converter or an accumulator. Based on these findings, the various constructional drafts were created including a list of their strengths and weaknesses. The conclusion draws a comparison between each of these constructional solutions.

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