Published June 2, 2021 | Version 1.0
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(D2.4) Quantified differences in optimal TABS, HP and GSHX sizing for MPC and RBC

  • 1. Ghent university
  • 2. Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
  • 3. Ghent university, Belgium


Project member:

  • 1. Boydens Engineering


This report documents the control-integrated design methodologies with MPC and RBC and the verification of key aspects of this methodology. Then, some case-studies are introduced and the MPC- and RBC-approaches are applied to the case-studies and the differences in key performance indicators are analysed. The key performance indicators are the financial cost, environmental and energy performance of the system and the sizing of the key components.


This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 723649


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MPC-. GT – Model Predictive Control and Innovative System Integration of GEOTABS;-) in Hybrid Low Grade Thermal Energy Systems - Hybrid MPC GEOTABS 723649
European Commission