Ingrid Camilla Claussen
Ingrid Camilla Claussen
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Energieffektive matbutikker – hvordan får vi det?
State of the art: Superchilling in the food processing industry
Controlled partial freezing or superchilling of food products can result in significant shelf life extensions during the cold chain. Between 10 % - 20 % of the foods water content is frozen and the ice functions as a thermal inertia during storage and transportation. Superchilled product have in gen...
The FRISBEE tool, a software for optimising the trade-off between food quality, energy use, and global warming impact of cold chains
Food quality (including safety) along the cold chain, energy use and global warming impact of refrigeration systems are three key aspects in assessing cold chain sustainability. In this paper, we present the framework of a dedicated software, the FRISBEE tool, for optimising quality of refrigerated ...
Heat pump drying : use of ambient air as enery source for cooling
The concept of heat pump drying was investigated on the example of an industrial system for clipfish by a dynamic object-oriented model approach. The climatic conditions at the production facility are considered as additional energy source for the de-humidification of the drying air. The annual savi...
Integrated and efficient energy systems
Efficient and integrated energy systems for supermarkets
A new greenfield supermarket installation has been built in Trondheim Norway. The shop opened in August 2013 and is one of the most energy effective grocery stores in Northern Europe. The key to the energy savings are: • the active use of daylight which reduces the demand of artificial light; • nove...
Case study on residential building renovation and its impact on the energy use and thermal comfort
Simulation and evaluation of CO2 heat pump system with energy storage for ZEB
Reduced energy consumption is one of the most cost effective ways of reducing CO2 emissions for combustion of fossil fuels. Residential buildings must become more energy efficient according to the Energy Performance in Buildings Directive (EPBD). The demands for domestic hot water have become more s...
Novel energy system for near zero energy houses
The space heating demand in near zero energy houses is reduced due to increased insulation thickness. As a result, the demand for heating of domestic hot water (DHW) has become a more significant part of the total energy demand in these buildings. Ordinary heat pumps perform inefficiently when cover...