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Installation of solar PV panels at the roof floor of shopping mall by [Name] Course Professor’s Name Institution Location of Institution Date Literature Review Studies have shown that installing of Solar PV on large commercial roofs is quite economical minimizes carbon emissions as well as eliminates the need to buy electricity makes sufficient use of the roof top as well as protects an organization or company from any price fluctuations in the future. In order to successfully implement solar PV’s on a shopping mall’s roof there is need to understand the sizing and designing of solar PV systems. Additionally it is of great significance in the understanding the improvement of power quality of PV systems that are grid connected. Therefore there is need to review existing literature to understand various aspects regarding these factors. Goel and Bansal (2000) explained the integration of the 25kWpsolar Pv system in a cafeteria of the semiconductor at the switching frequencies which were low in practical applications. However switching the frequencies with more waltz the three leveled converter reflected lower loss. Likewise Alepuz et al (2006) showed an idea for relation of PV systems to UG through a three leveled neutral point. The systems controller was founded on a multivariable LQR controlling method. The system has been verified to have a steady and transient operation verified via experimentation and simulation through the use of the 1 Kilo Watt prototype in which the PC connected signal processor is utilized for a controller’s implementation. References Top of Form Bottom of Form Top of ForElbaset a. a. & Hassan M. S. (2017). Design and power quality improvement of photovoltaic power system. Cham Springer. search.ebscohost.com Ritchie W (2001). Energy tips: coping with energy problems in a power hungry culture. Springfield Or Ritchie Unlimited Publications. Bottom of Form [...]

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B‐1 ‐ Literature review suggested word count: 1000 words   (20% of the Individual Coursework B; 15% of module total)   A short literature review of your ‘energy improvement idea’. The objective of your literature review is: • To demonstrate a well developed information literacy, referencing and citing (in the UWE Harvard fashion) good quality information sources form a range of different perspectives. Students should use databased like Construction Information Services, Science Direct and Nexis available through the library website. • To demonstrate good writing skills by crafting a well structured and concise review, written at an appropriate level for your target audience, who is a technically competent academic. Use references to ‘sign‐post’ broad information as this will allow you to go deeply in your review quickly. E.g. “The issues around heat loss in building are well known (name, year)(name, year) and the issue of addressing Thermal Bridging in the refurbishment of steel frame structures is the focus of this review.” Students who use up too much of the 1000 words with broad information without focusing their review will score poorly. 1. To outline your idea and review the evidence base (literature or case studies) linking it to energy use in buildings. It is important to identify the key publications. 2. To relate your idea to the energy industry stakeholders – client FM team, ESCo, distribution company, energy supplier, government, etc. (i.e. who would be interested in this idea, who has an opinion on it, who would be against it.) 3. Discuss how your idea might benefit from one incentive/directive/trading scheme.   Avoid the trap of just giving a summary of your findings. Instead show you have researched and understood it’s details and using critical thinking, together with your knowledge of energy in buildings, develop an discussion that focuses on your idea. When being critical avoid falling into the ‘Daily Mail’ trap of spouting out un‐referenced opinions, using words like ‘must’ a lot. After writing the literature review you should be well prepared to apply the theory you have learnt on your case study building.

Subject Area: Engineering

Document Type: Annotated Bibliography

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