Borislav Grubor's research while affiliated with University of Belgrade and other places

Publications (6)

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Paper presents comparative analysis of residential indoor air pollutant concentration change over future specified time horizon, implementing building physical and thermal retrofit measures, thus creating pollution mitigation scenarios for existing Belgrade and Nis housing stock followed by greenhouse gas emission reduction scenarios up to 2050. Re...
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At the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013, the Serbian Government issued the new national regulations in order to provide an acceptable legislation framework to achieve 2020 targets of 27% increase of total renewable energy sources share in the gross final energy consumption, relative to 2009. The target of a 37% increase relates to participatio...
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The central concern of indoor air quality (IAQ) analysis is the prediction of airborne contaminant dispersal in buildings. Airborne contaminants disperse throughout buildings in a complex manner that depends on many parameters: the nature of air movements (in-to, out-of and within the building system), the influence of the heating and natural venti...
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Existing housing stock models relevant to human health and their changes that would meet specified greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategies for 2020, 2030 and 2050 for representative Serbian case-study cities Belgrade and Niš have been performed. By combining different types of software tools we have managed to generate archetype sample models of...
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In this paper, a PV/Wind integrated hybrid power energy system is analyzed using the dynamical simulation method. The market for the distributed power generation based on renewable energy is increasing, particularly for the standalone mini-grid applications. The main design components of PV/Wind hybrid system are the PV panels and the wind turbine....

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... CO 2eq emissions originating from different energy consuming sectors, as well as total CO 2eq emissions in the residential building sector resulting from the use of various fossil fuels, are presented in Fig. 1, based on 2006 data. However, more than 45% of the overall CO 2eq emissions discharged in 2006 were attributed to the residential and public sector [30]. According to the official data for Belgrade city, a precise consumption of different types of fossil fuels by sectors, as well as a GHG inventory, was calculated for 2006. ...
... Although there are some serious housing phenomena (e.g. aspect of healthy buildings [15] and indoor air pollution [16]), in this study, we focus solely on neighborhood satisfaction, which is primarily within the purview of authorities. ...
... These system characteristics depend on the technical and economic performance of the energy sources, and the availability and energy potential of renewable energy resources in a given area. Some mathematical models are described in the published research to calculate RES potential and optimize the structure of the hybrid system, in particular, HOMER [73,81,87,88], TRNSYS [89][90][91], HOGA [92,93], and others [67,68,70,71,94]. The known approaches usually involve enumerating discrete structure variants and using a predetermined algorithm for switching energy flows. ...