Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media

Aidana Agibayeva, Hyunjin Ju, Dichuan Zhang, Sung-Woo Moon, Jong Kim, Deuckhang Lee

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Abstract

The use of energy storage technologies has become one of the promising methods in the sense of its high reliability, economic feasibility, and low environmental impact. The deep reinforced concrete (RC) pile foundation with the compressed air energy storage (CAES) technology was proposed as an efficient solution to optimize a power distribution during peak and non-peak periods. The main characteristic of this technique is that the compressed energy obtained from solar panels or wind turbines can be kept inside the deep pile foundation. This paper presents the preliminary analytical investigation results on the maximum compressed air pressure from thermodynamic cycles and corresponding structural responses of a deep pile foundation under various combined loading scenarios. The study identifies the critical tensile stresses of the proposed pile system using finite element analysis, and some recommendations were made for the proper practical design of a deep energy storage pile foundation system.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJoint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems
PublisherTechno Press
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2018

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Pile foundations
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Reinforced concrete
Compressed air
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Wind turbines
Piles
Environmental impact
Thermodynamics
Finite element method
Economics

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Agibayeva, A., Ju, H., Zhang, D., Moon, S-W., Kim, J., & Lee, D. (2018). Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media. In Joint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems Techno Press.

Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media. / Agibayeva, Aidana; Ju, Hyunjin; Zhang, Dichuan; Moon, Sung-Woo; Kim, Jong; Lee, Deuckhang.

Joint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems. Techno Press, 2018.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Agibayeva, A, Ju, H, Zhang, D, Moon, S-W, Kim, J & Lee, D 2018, Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media. in Joint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems. Techno Press.
Agibayeva A, Ju H, Zhang D, Moon S-W, Kim J, Lee D. Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media. In Joint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems. Techno Press. 2018
Agibayeva, Aidana ; Ju, Hyunjin ; Zhang, Dichuan ; Moon, Sung-Woo ; Kim, Jong ; Lee, Deuckhang. / Feasibility of RC Pile Foundation as an Energy Storage Media. Joint NU-SNU Mini-Symposium on the Design and Analysis of Innovative Structural and Geotechnical Systems. Techno Press, 2018.
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