Renewable Energy Sources Used to Supply Pre-School Facilities with Energy in Different Weather Conditions

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Pre-school facilities are considered to be specific buildings in the matter of construction and renovation. Space-planning features in design for pre-school facilities create special conditions for solar power use to ensure heat and power supply. The article deals with estimation of incoming solar power in reference to the surfaces oriented in different cardinal directions under the weather conditions of the city of Saint-Petersburg (Russia) and the city of Nish (Serbia). A model of how to ensure power supply for a kindergarten of the city of Nish is presented on the basis of the calculations analysis. The cases with regard to completed projects designed to use renewable energy sources in order to supply pre-school facilities with energy in other weather conditions are given herein.

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Li Qiang

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R. Alihodzic et al., "Renewable Energy Sources Used to Supply Pre-School Facilities with Energy in Different Weather Conditions", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 604-612, 2014

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