Yichi Zhang

Doctoral Student at Building Technology

Yichi works as a PhD student at the Division of Building Technology (Research group Building Physics Modelling). His research involves innovative design and optimal control of thermal energy storage systems (with special focus on phase change materials). The goal of his work is to identify the technical and operational conditions for implementing iTES in smart energy grid in the future.

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Assessment of district heating and cooling systems transition with respect to future changes in demand profiles and renewable energy supplies

Yichi Zhang, Pär Johansson, Angela Sasic Kalagasidis
Energy Conversion and Management. Vol. 268
Journal article

Feasibilities of utilizing thermal inertia of district heating networks to improve system flexibility

Yichi Zhang, Pär Johansson, Angela Sasic Kalagasidis
Applied Thermal Engineering. Vol. 213
Journal article

Applicability of thermal energy storage in future low-temperature district heating systems – Case study using multi-scenario analysis

Yichi Zhang, Pär Johansson, Angela Sasic Kalagasidis
Energy Conversion and Management. Vol. 244
Journal article

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iTES - Innovative compact heat storage technologies and operation schemes for buildings connected to smart grids

Angela Sasic Kalagasidis Building Technology
Pär Johansson Building Technology
Yichi Zhang Building Technology
Filip Johnsson Energy Technology

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