Dataset.

Supplementary Material for Modelling and operation strategy approaches for on-site Hydrogen Refuelling Stations

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/334805
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Cardona, Pol
  • Costa Castelló, Ramon
  • Roda, Vicente
  • Carroquino, Javier
  • Valiño García, Luis
  • Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos
  • Serra, Maria
S1. Operational strategy flow chart: The operational strategy simplified flow chart of the main filling and refuelling events logic is shown in Figure S.1. Operational strategy simplified flow chart concerning the cascaded filling and refuelling processes of the HRS. Compressor C1 and the battery operational strategy is not shown. S2. One-day long simulation supplementary results: This section complementary results for the same simulation configuration of 8 daily HDFVs and 60 kg/day of demand and case c) of Figure 3 of the manuscript. Figure S.2: Compressors flow and power consumption. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. Figure S.3: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. S3. One-year long simulation results: Figure S.4: H2 tanks pressure dynamic results of case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.5: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.6: (A) left: cumulative H2 production emissions in Spain [51]. (A) right: equivalent emissions of the photovoltaic generation in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of H2 production in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51]. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.7: (A): cumulative HRS operation emissions due to power consumption/injection to the utility grid in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of HRS operation in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51] considering all power loads and the photovoltaic and battery inputs of the model. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- The ambient temperature is considered constant at 298 K..-- Under a Creative Commons license BY-NC-ND 4.0., S1 Operational strategy flow chart. S2 One-day long simulation supplementary results. S3 One-year long simulation results.-- S2: Results for the first day of January, 2016, in Zaragoza (Spain).-- S3: Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- MATLAB/SimulinkⓇ has been employed as the simulation platform., This research has been developed within the CSIC Interdisciplinary Thematic Platform (PTI+) Transición Energética Sostenible+ (PTI-TRANSENER+)[TRE2103000] as part of the CSIC program for the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan funded by the Recovery and Resilience Facility of the European Union, established by the Regulation (EU) 2020/2094; project MASHED [TED2021-129927B–I00] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by the European Union NextGenerationEU/PRTR; and the project MAFALDA [PID2021-126001OB-C31] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by ERDF A way of making Europe., Peer reviewed
 

DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/334805
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
oai:digital.csic.es:10261/334805

HANDLE: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/334805
Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
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Dataset. 2023

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL FOR MODELLING AND OPERATION STRATEGY APPROACHES FOR ON-SITE HYDROGEN REFUELLING STATIONS

Digital.CSIC. Repositorio Institucional del CSIC
  • Cardona, Pol
  • Costa Castelló, Ramon
  • Roda, Vicente
  • Carroquino, Javier
  • Valiño García, Luis
  • Ocampo-Martínez, Carlos
  • Serra, Maria
S1. Operational strategy flow chart: The operational strategy simplified flow chart of the main filling and refuelling events logic is shown in Figure S.1. Operational strategy simplified flow chart concerning the cascaded filling and refuelling processes of the HRS. Compressor C1 and the battery operational strategy is not shown. S2. One-day long simulation supplementary results: This section complementary results for the same simulation configuration of 8 daily HDFVs and 60 kg/day of demand and case c) of Figure 3 of the manuscript. Figure S.2: Compressors flow and power consumption. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. Figure S.3: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for the first day of January, 2016. S3. One-year long simulation results: Figure S.4: H2 tanks pressure dynamic results of case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.5: (A) left: direct beam irradiance. (A) right: photovoltaic power generation. (B) left: direct beam irradiance. (C) right: electrolyzer H2 flow rate production. (D) left: power balance of the HRS. (D) right: power balance of the HRS without the battery participation. (D) left: State-of-Charge of the battery. (D) right: power charging/discharging rate applied to the battery. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.6: (A) left: cumulative H2 production emissions in Spain [51]. (A) right: equivalent emissions of the photovoltaic generation in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of H2 production in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51]. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016). Figure S.7: (A): cumulative HRS operation emissions due to power consumption/injection to the utility grid in Spain [51]. (B) left: cumulative greenhouse gas emission intensity of HRS operation in Spain [51]. (B) right: emission savings according to [51] considering all power loads and the photovoltaic and battery inputs of the model. Simulation configuration: case c) with 60 kg/day and 8 HDFV per day. Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- The ambient temperature is considered constant at 298 K..-- Under a Creative Commons license BY-NC-ND 4.0., S1 Operational strategy flow chart. S2 One-day long simulation supplementary results. S3 One-year long simulation results.-- S2: Results for the first day of January, 2016, in Zaragoza (Spain).-- S3: Results for one year of simulation (2016).-- MATLAB/SimulinkⓇ has been employed as the simulation platform., This research has been developed within the CSIC Interdisciplinary Thematic Platform (PTI+) Transición Energética Sostenible+ (PTI-TRANSENER+)[TRE2103000] as part of the CSIC program for the Spanish Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan funded by the Recovery and Resilience Facility of the European Union, established by the Regulation (EU) 2020/2094; project MASHED [TED2021-129927B–I00] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by the European Union NextGenerationEU/PRTR; and the project MAFALDA [PID2021-126001OB-C31] funded by MCIN/AEI/10.13039/501100011033 and by ERDF A way of making Europe., Peer reviewed




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