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Volume 164, 2020Topical Problems of Green Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering 2019 (TPACEE 2019)
|Number of page(s)||14|
|Published online||05 May 2020|
The use of green energy for energy conservation in high-rise buildings
Don State Technical University, 1, Gagarin Square, 344000, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
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The article discusses technical proposals for energy saving in high-rise buildings based on the use of “green” energy. These include: the use of hybrid wind and solar power plants and vortex wind-driven power plants with a vertical axis to utilize both the energy of horizontal wind flows at height level and the energy of ascending airflows. The general principles of building hybrid wind and solar power plants for energy conservation in high-rise buildings are set forth based on the analysis of prior art. These include the following: to ensure safe operation and the absence of tele-interruptions, it is advisable to close the wind turbines with a dome design that has a cavity that captures the wind flow; to ensure environmental friendliness and ease of management, it is advisable to use a variety of vertical vortex wind turbines of modular design; for efficient use of solar energy, it is advisable to integrate photovoltaic cells into the outer structure of the dome; To reduce the cost of the project, it is advisable to use the existing high-rise buildings. A vortex wind power installation is proposed, which allows the use of small winds and low-potential thermal flows, to reduce low-frequency vibration, to increase the stability and efficiency of use of wind energy with ease of installation, maintenance and repair.
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