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Solar process heat integration in lead mining process

Farjana, Shahjadi Hisan, Mahmud, M. A. Parvez and Huda, Nazmul 2020, Solar process heat integration in lead mining process, Case Studies in Thermal Engineering, vol. 22, doi: 10.1016/j.csite.2020.100768.

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Title Solar process heat integration in lead mining process
Author(s) Farjana, Shahjadi Hisan
Mahmud, M. A. ParvezORCID iD for Mahmud, M. A. Parvez orcid.org/0000-0002-1905-6800
Huda, Nazmul
Journal name Case Studies in Thermal Engineering
Volume number 22
Article ID 100768
Total pages 19
Publisher Elsevier
Place of publication Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Publication date 2020-12
ISSN 2214-157X
Keyword(s) solar industrial process heating systems
modelling
optimization
flat plate collector
evacuated tube collector
lead mining
Summary The necessity to increase renewable energy consumption in the industrial, residential, and commercial use is crucial due to increasing use and decreasing reserve of fossil fuels. This paper is focused on the modelling and optimization of solar industrial process heating system using a flat plate collector and evacuated tube collector integrated into lead mining process for 7 different lead miner countries of the world: Australia, Canada, Indonesia, China, Peru, Russia, USA. Comparative analysis among seven miner countries is conducted by considering a few cases based on solar industrial process heating system design. The number of solar collectors installed is then optimized for three different designs of SHIP system in two different locations in Australia. To analyze the reduction potential of environmental burdens, life cycle assessment of lead mining process has been carried out based on the global average dataset. Environmental impact can be greatly reduced in global warming, human toxicity, and fossil fuel scarcity through the solar process heat integration. The evacuated-tube collector based solar process heating system with solar loop heat exchanger would have the highest efficiency and solar fraction over the other types of systems considered. Increasing the number of solar collector installation would result in higher solar fraction and capital cost.
Language eng
DOI 10.1016/j.csite.2020.100768
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HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
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