Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology

Saule Tulebekova, Dilmurat Saliyev, Dichuan Zhang, Jong Kim, Aknur Karabay, Alua Turlybek, Lyazzat Saliyeva

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Abstract

Compressed air energy storage technology is one of the promising methods that have high reliability, economic feasibility and low environmental impact. Current applications of the technology are mainly limited to energy storage for power plants using large scale underground caverns. This paper explores the possibility of making use of reinforced concrete pile foundations to store renewable energy generated from solar panels or windmills attached to building structures. The energy will be stored inside the pile foundation with hollow sections via compressed air. Given the relatively small volume of storage provided by the foundation, the required storage pressure is expected to be higher than that in the large-scale underground cavern. The high air pressure typically associated with large temperature increase, combined with structural loads, will make the pile foundation in a complicated loading condition, which might cause issues in the structural and geotechnical safety. This paper presents a preliminary analytical study on the performance of the pile foundation subjected to high pressure, large temperature increase and structural loads. Finite element analyses on pile foundation models, which are built from selected prototype structures, have been conducted. The analytical study identifies maximum stresses in the concrete of the pile foundation under combined pressure, temperature change and structural loads. Recommendations have been made for the use of reinforced concrete pile foundations for renewable energy storage
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventGlobal Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering - Johor Bahru, Malaysia
Duration: Aug 27 2017Jan 28 2018

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ConferenceGlobal Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering
CountryMalaysia
CityJohor Bahru
Period8/27/171/28/18

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Pile foundations
Energy storage
Reinforced concrete
Structural loads
Compressed air
Compressed air energy storage
Temperature
Environmental impact
Power plants
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Economics
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Tulebekova, S., Saliyev, D., Zhang, D., Kim, J., Karabay, A., Turlybek, A., & Saliyeva, L. (2017). Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology. Paper presented at Global Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology. / Tulebekova, Saule; Saliyev, Dilmurat; Zhang, Dichuan; Kim, Jong; Karabay, Aknur; Turlybek, Alua; Saliyeva, Lyazzat.

2017. Paper presented at Global Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

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Tulebekova, S, Saliyev, D, Zhang, D, Kim, J, Karabay, A, Turlybek, A & Saliyeva, L 2017, 'Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology' Paper presented at Global Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, 8/27/17 - 1/28/18, .
Tulebekova S, Saliyev D, Zhang D, Kim J, Karabay A, Turlybek A et al. Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology. 2017. Paper presented at Global Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
Tulebekova, Saule ; Saliyev, Dilmurat ; Zhang, Dichuan ; Kim, Jong ; Karabay, Aknur ; Turlybek, Alua ; Saliyeva, Lyazzat. / Preliminary Analytical Study on the Feasibility of Using Reinforced Concrete Pile Foundations for Renewable Energy Storage by Compressed Air Energy Storage Technology. Paper presented at Global Congress on Construction, Material and Structural Engineering, Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
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