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Male hidroelektrarne v precepu med vplivi na okolje in razvojno možnostjo obnovljivih virov energije : diplomska naloga
Babnik Jeglič, Katja (Author), Mikoš, Matjaž (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Smolar-Žvanut, Nataša (Co-mentor), Žagar, Dušan (Thesis defence commission member)

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Abstract
Obnovljivi viri energije zagotavljajo čistejšo in okolju prijaznejšo energijo. Potencial za izkoriščanje OVE je v Sloveniji velik in premalo izkoriščen. Male hidroelektrarne so pomemben del v OVE in njihov razvojni potencial je še vedno velik. Program HYPSE je bil razvit za izvajanje večkriterijskih metod odločanja pri umeščanju hidroelektrarn v prostor. Prednost računalniške podpore v procesu odločanja je v povečanem številu obdelanih informacij in zmanjšanem številu pristranskih odločitev. Prvi del diplomskega dela je teoretični uvod, ki na splošno povzema električno energijo, energetsko politiko, obnovljive vire energije in probleme ter rešitve, ki se ob tem pojavljajo. Podan je splošen opis malih hidroelektrarn in vpliv zajezitev ter odvzemov voda na vodne ekosisteme. V drugem delu je s podatki, ki so nam bili na voljo, v programu HYPSE narejena primerjava šestih izbranih malih hidroelektrarn. Z enakovrednim postavljenim ekonomskim in okoljskim kriterijem, je glede na letno količino proizvedene energije, izbrana mala hidroelektrarna, ki ima najmanjši negativni vpliv na okolje.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gradbeništvo, diplomska naloga, UNI, VKI, obnovljivi viri energije, pametna omrežja, male hidroelektrarne, večkriterijska analiza, program HYPSE
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2016
Publisher:[K. Babnik Jeglič]
Number of pages:XI, 81 str.
UDC:502.174.3:621.311.21(497.4)(043.2)
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Small hydropower plants in a rift between impacts on the environment and development opportunity of renewable energy sources
Abstract:
Renewable energy sources ensure cleaner and more environmentally friendly energy. The potential to use the renewable energy in Slovenia is high and underexploited. Small hydropower plants are an important part of renewable energy and their developmental potential is still high. HYPSE programme has been developed to carry out multi-criteria decision-making methods in the siting of hydropower plants in an area. The advantage of computer support in the decision-making process is the increased number of processed information and the reduced number of biased decisions. The first part of the thesis is a theoretical introduction, which generally summarizes electricity, energy policy, renewable energy sources as well as emerging problems and solutions. It gives a general description of small hydropower plants and the impact of damming and water abstraction on aquatic ecosystems. The second part uses the HYPSE programme and the available data to make a comparison of six selected small hydropower plants. With an equivalently placed economic and environmental criteria and according to the annual amount of energy produced, a small hydropower plant is selected which has the minimum impact on the environment.

Keywords:graduation thesis, civil engineering, renewable energy, Smart Grids, small hydropower plants, multi-criteria analysis, HYPSE software

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