His scientific interests lie mostly in TRNSYS, Solar energy, Solar air conditioning, Process engineering and Photovoltaic thermal hybrid solar collector. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Civil engineering, Simulation, Absorption refrigerator and Water cooling. His Solar energy study incorporates themes from Heat pump, Renewable energy, Automotive engineering and Thermal energy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Chiller, Environmental engineering and Thermal energy storage in addition to Solar air conditioning. His Process engineering study combines topics in areas such as Waste management, Organic Rankine cycle and Parabolic trough. His Photovoltaic thermal hybrid solar collector study is concerned with the field of Photovoltaic system as a whole.
His primary areas of investigation include TRNSYS, Photovoltaic system, Process engineering, Solar energy and Renewable energy. Francesco Calise has researched TRNSYS in several fields, including Chiller, Thermal energy, Automotive engineering, Dynamic simulation and Absorption refrigerator. Francesco Calise does research in Photovoltaic system, focusing on Photovoltaic thermal hybrid solar collector specifically.
The various areas that Francesco Calise examines in his Process engineering study include Waste management, Hybrid power, Cogeneration and Organic Rankine cycle. He combines subjects such as Thermal energy storage and Water cooling with his study of Solar energy. His study in Renewable energy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fossil fuel and Environmental engineering.
Francesco Calise focuses on Renewable energy, Photovoltaic system, TRNSYS, Process engineering and Thermal energy. His study looks at the relationship between Photovoltaic system and topics such as Wind power, which overlap with Heat pump, Building-integrated photovoltaics and Energy storage. Francesco Calise usually deals with TRNSYS and limits it to topics linked to Primary energy and Efficient energy use.
Francesco Calise has included themes like Proton exchange membrane fuel cell, Organic Rankine cycle, Thermal energy storage and Solar energy in his Process engineering study. His Solar energy research incorporates elements of Energy analysis and Thermal. His work carried out in the field of Thermal energy brings together such families of science as Heat transfer, Heat exchanger, Biogas and Chiller.
Francesco Calise spends much of his time researching Process engineering, Renewable energy, TRNSYS, Thermal energy and Photovoltaic system. His Process engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Organic Rankine cycle, Thermal energy storage and Solar energy. His research in the fields of Evacuated tube overlaps with other disciplines such as Performance enhancement.
By researching both TRNSYS and Payback period, Francesco Calise produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His research in Photovoltaic system intersects with topics in Wind power, Automotive engineering and Dynamic simulation. His research integrates issues of Heat pump, Cogeneration, Building-integrated photovoltaics and Energy storage in his study of Wind power.
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Simulation and exergy analysis of a hybrid Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC)–Gas Turbine System
F. Calise;M. Dentice d’Accadia;A. Palombo;L. Vanoli.
Design and partial load exergy analysis of hybrid SOFC–GT power plant
F. Calise;A. Palombo;L. Vanoli.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Hybrid solid oxide fuel cells–gas turbine systems for combined heat and power: A review
Annamaria Buonomano;Francesco Calise;Massimo Dentice d’Accadia;Adolfo Palombo.
Applied Energy (2015)
A novel solar trigeneration system integrating PVT (photovoltaic/ thermal collectors) and SW (seawater) desalination: Dynamic simulation and economic assessment
Francesco Calise;Massimo Dentice d'Accadia;Antonio Piacentino.
Design and simulation of a prototype of a small-scale solar CHP system based on evacuated flat-plate solar collectors and Organic Rankine Cycle
Francesco Calise;Massimo Dentice d’Accadia;Maria Vicidomini;Marco Scarpellino.
Energy Conversion and Management (2015)
Exergetic and exergoeconomic analysis of a novel hybrid solar-geothermal polygeneration system producing energy and water
Francesco Calise;Massimo Dentice d’Accadia;Adriano Macaluso;Antonio Piacentino.
Energy Conversion and Management (2016)
Thermoeconomic analysis and optimization of high efficiency solar heating and cooling systems for different Italian school buildings and climates
Energy and Buildings (2010)
Thermoeconomic analysis and off-design performance of an organic Rankine cycle powered by medium-temperature heat sources
Francesco Calise;Claudio Capuozzo;Alberto Carotenuto;Laura Vanoli.
Solar Energy (2014)
Single-level optimization of a hybrid SOFC-GT power plant
F. Calise;M. Dentice d’ Accadia;L. Vanoli;M.R. von Spakovsky.
Journal of Power Sources (2006)
Design and dynamic simulation of a novel solar trigeneration system based on hybrid photovoltaic/thermal collectors (PVT)
Francesco Calise;Massimo Dentice d’Accadia;Laura Vanoli.
Energy Conversion and Management (2012)
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