Her primary areas of investigation include Photovoltaic system, Electricity generation, Renewable energy, Automotive engineering and Wind power. Lin Lu interconnects Mechanical engineering, Solar irradiance, Electricity and Solar gain in the investigation of issues within Photovoltaic system. She has included themes like Turbine, Energy and Cooling load in her Electricity generation study.
Renewable energy is often connected to Energy storage in her work. Her Automotive engineering research focuses on Power and how it relates to Hybrid system and Simulation. Her work deals with themes such as Hybrid power and Meteorology, which intersect with Wind power.
Her primary scientific interests are in Mechanics, Photovoltaic system, Composite material, Heat transfer and Thermal. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Duct, Airflow and Meteorology. The various areas that Lin Lu examines in her Photovoltaic system study include Electricity generation, Simulation, Solar gain and Renewable energy.
Her Electricity generation study also includes fields such as
Lin Lu mostly deals with Mechanics, Thermal, Heat transfer, Photovoltaic system and Coating. Her research investigates the link between Mechanics and topics such as Heat exchanger that cross with problems in Borehole. Her research in Thermal intersects with topics in Nuclear engineering, Roof, Rotational speed, Tube and Radiative transfer.
Her Heat transfer study combines topics in areas such as Thermal conductivity and Composite material. Her Photovoltaic system research integrates issues from Environmental engineering, Thermal energy and Solar energy. Her Thermal energy storage study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Wind power and Renewable energy.
Thermal energy storage, Thermal, Nuclear engineering, Phase-change material and Heat transfer are her primary areas of study. Her Thermal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Radiative transfer, Roof and Cooling load. The study incorporates disciplines such as Nusselt number and Thermal conductivity, Composite material in addition to Heat transfer.
Her Thermal conductivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Void, Metal foam, Composite number and Mechanics, Lattice Boltzmann methods. She interconnects Computational fluid dynamics and Flow in the investigation of issues within Pressure drop. Her studies in Work integrate themes in fields like Desalination, Mass transfer and Mechanical engineering.
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OPTIMAL SIZING METHOD FOR STAND-ALONE HYBRID SOLAR–WIND SYSTEM WITH LPSP TECHNOLOGY BY USING GENETIC ALGORITHM
Hongxing Yang;Wei Zhou;Lin Lu;Zhaohong Fang.
Solar Energy (2008)
Current status of research on optimum sizing of stand-alone hybrid solar–wind power generation systems
Wei Zhou;Chengzhi Lou;Zhongshi Li;Lin Lu.
Applied Energy (2010)
A novel optimization sizing model for hybrid solar-wind power generation system
Hongxing Yang;Lin Lu;Wei Zhou.
Solar Energy (2007)
Review on life cycle assessment of energy payback and greenhouse gas emission of solar photovoltaic systems
Jinqing Peng;Lin Lu;Hongxing Yang.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2013)
A feasibility study of a stand-alone hybrid solar–wind–battery system for a remote island
Tao Ma;Hongxing Yang;Lin Lu.
Applied Energy (2014)
Weather data and probability analysis of hybrid photovoltaic–wind power generation systems in Hong Kong
Hongxing Yang;Lin Lu;J. Burnett.
Renewable Energy (2003)
Investigation on wind power potential on Hong Kong islands—an analysis of wind power and wind turbine characteristics
Lin Lu;Hongxing Yang;John Burnett.
Renewable Energy (2002)
Experimental investigation of the impact of airborne dust deposition on the performance of solar photovoltaic (PV) modules
Hai Jiang;Lin Lu;Ke Sun.
Atmospheric Environment (2011)
Technical feasibility study on a standalone hybrid solar-wind system with pumped hydro storage for a remote island in Hong Kong
Tao Ma;Hongxing Yang;Lin Lu;Jinqing Peng.
Renewable Energy (2014)
Pumped storage-based standalone photovoltaic power generation system: Modeling and techno-economic optimization
Tao Ma;Hongxing Yang;Lin Lu;Jinqing Peng.
Applied Energy (2015)
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