Heat Pumps: Enabling Decarbonization and Enhancing Energy Flexibility
• 大类 : 工程技术 - 1区
• 小类 : 能源与燃料 - 1区
• 小类 : 工程：化工 - 1区
The pursuit of decarbonization and improved energy flexibility has become paramount in our efforts to create a sustainable future. Addressing these challenges requires innovative solutions, and one technology that holds great promise is the heat pump. With its ability to contribute to efficient and flexible energy systems, heat pumps have garnered significant attention and present abundant opportunities in markets worldwide. This special issue aims to provide a contextual framework that focuses on advancing knowledge and innovations in the field of heat pump technology.
While this special issue is linked to the China Heat Pump Conference (CHPC), it is important to emphasize that it welcomes contributions from researchers worldwide who are interested in heat pump research. Recognizing the global significance of this topic, the special issue intends to foster international collaboration and knowledge exchange among experts from different countries and regions.
The primary objective of this special issue is to showcase original research that contributes to the advancement of knowledge in the field of heat pumps. While the collection of papers presented at the CHPC 2024 forms an integral part of this issue, the scope extends to include contributions from researchers worldwide who explore various aspects of heat pump technology. By encompassing a wide range of sources, this special issue aims to capture the breadth and depth of research in the field.
The following topics serve as a guide, but are not exhaustive, to the types of research that are encouraged for submission:
Heat pump systems and technology advancements
Large-scale heat pumps and their role in district heating
High-temperature heat pumps
Large temperature lift heat pumps
Applications of heat pumps across various sectors
Heat pump integration with energy systems
Heat pumps for flexibility improvement in energy grids
Heat pumps with energy storage capabilities
Working fluids for heat pumps
Heat pumps integrated with renewable energy
Dr. Zhenyuan XuProfessorShanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
Dr. Ruzhu WangProfessorShanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China
Dr. YongTae KangProfessorKorean University, Seoul, South Korea
Dr. Majid BahramiSenior LecturerSimon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada
Dr. Hatef MadaniAssociate ProfessorKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden