Simone Panico

Simone Panico
Università del Salento | Unisalento · Department of Engineering for Innovation

Master of Engineering

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Energy storage makes energy continuously available, programmable, and at power levels different from the original intensity. This study investigates the feasibility of compressed-air energy storage (CAES) systems on a small scale. In addition to the CAES systems, there are two TES (thermal energy storage) systems for the recovery of calories and fr...
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Thermal modeling of building components plays a crucial role in designing energy efficiency measures, assessing living comfort, and preventing building damages. The accuracy of the modeling process strongly depends on the reliability of the physical models and the correct selection of input parameters, especially for historic buildings where uncert...
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Solar greenhouses are currently the most energy-intensive agricultural sector. In literature, there is no worldwide mapping of solar greenhouse performance under different climate scenarios. This study analyzes the performance of a Venlo solar greenhouse for 48 localities around the world. Solar greenhouses are mainly made of a transparent envelope...
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Hygrothermal simulations are expected to provide powerful support to the design process in the context of energy retrofit of historic buildings and prevent the moisture-related damages. They can be used to predict the hygrothermal behaviour of the building in detail and exclude the occurrence of moisture related damages, such as mould formation or...
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This dataset supports the research article “Complete greenhouse dynamic simulation tool to assess the crop thermal well-being and energy needs” [1]. In the agricultural sector, the use of energy can be very intensive [2] and the simulation of solar greenhouses is a very complex work [3]. This dataset provides the results of thermal modeling and dyn...
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Greenhouse crops represent a significant productive sector of the agricultural system; one of the main problems to be addressed is indoor air conditioning to ensure thermal well-being of crops. This study focuses on the ventilation analysis of solar greenhouse with symmetrical flat pitched roof and single span located in a warm temperate climate. T...
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Greenhouse technology is an important energy consumer sector representing an indispensable solution for modern methods of crop production. In the greenhouse envelope and system design phase, thermodynamic performance simulation tools are required. The greenhouse simulation is still a very complex task despite many building tools are available in th...

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Rising damp is considered one of the most widespread and damaging deterioration processes in buildings, architectural and cultural heritage. A widespread lack of knowledge of this phenomenon has often led to inadequate corrective measures with the consequent accelerated masonry deterioration.
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The first phase of the research aims to model and simulate dynamically the thermal behaviour of a greenhouse used for the production of plants. In the second phase, a feasibility study will be carried out for the identification of the best coupling among different types of renewable technologies to realize a nearly zero energy greenhouse able to maintain an acceptable hygrothermal comfort level for the plants in the indoor environment by maximizing the use of renewable sources to compensate the thermal loads acting on the greenhouse