Submitted by Maria.Kapsalaki on Mon, 03/21/2016 - 11:46
The transformation of the building energy sector to a highly efficient, clean, decentralised and intelligent system requires innovative technologies like microscale trigeneration and thermally activated building structures (TABS) to pave the way ahead. The combination of such technologies however presents a scientific and engineering challenge. Scientific challenge in terms of developing optimal thermo-electric load management strategies based on overall energy system analysis and an engineering challenge in terms of implementing these strategies through process planning and control.
Agricultural products play a significant role and could yield substantial amount of foreign exchange for a tropical country like India. However, in India 30% of the agricultural products are spoiled in storage and transit.