This paper presents an analysis of the transient operation of a micro-CHP system, equipped with both thermal and electric storage units and connected with both electric and district heating grid. The results are obtained by means of a simulation model previously developed by the authors for reproducing the transient behavior of micro-CHP systems operating within a micro-grid. The prime mover considered in this paper is an internal combustion reciprocating engine. A residential user, characterized by electric and thermal energy demand over one day, is analyzed by using literature data. The transient response of each component is evaluated separately to quantify the relative deviation between user demand and micro-CHP system transient response. Therefore, this paper provides a measure of the relative deviation over one day in terms of energy required by the user vs. energy provided to the user itself.
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