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The structure of the library of the developed CAES-TES software toolbox is shown in the below chart. The multi-level classification method has been used. To the first level subdirectory, the first eight categories are classified based on their functions, which belongs to different CAES-TES system components; the last in the first level categories are relevant to the CAES-TES overall system simulation examples/case studies. To the second level subdirectory, the classification is based on the different approaches of mathematical modelling (e.g. modelling for thermodynamic & steady state analysis and modelling for dynamic simulation & control, marked or the functions of machines. The second level subdirectory can be divided into the third level subdirectory and even further. With this multi-level classification method, the massive component modules to CAES-TES systems can be clearly sorted out and the user can easily find and select the desired component models to assemble a required system model for simulation study and other applications.



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Xing Luo, Mark Dooner, Wei He, Jihong Wang, Yaowang Li, Decai Li, and Oleh Kiselychnyk, "Feasibility study of a simulation software tool development for dynamic modelling and transient control of adiabatic compressed air energy storage with its electrical power system applications," Applied Energy, vol. 228, pp. 1198-1219, 2018. 

Wei He and Jihong Wang, "Optimal selection of air expansion machine in Compressed Air Energy Storage: A review," Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 87, pp. 77-95, 2018.

Jidai Wang, Lan Ma, Kunpeng Lu, Shihong Miao, Dan Wang, and Jihong Wang, "Current research and development trend of compressed air energy storage," Systems Science & Control Engineering, vol. 5, pp. 434-448, 2017.

Jidai Wang, Kunpeng Lu, Lan Ma, Jihong Wang, Mark Dooner, Shihong Miao, Jian Li, and Dan Wang, "Overview of compressed air energy storage and technology development," Energies, vol. 10, p. 991, 2017.

Wei He, Jihong Wang, Yang Wang, Yulong Ding, Haisheng Chen, Yuting Wu, and Seamus Garvey, "Study of cycle-to-cycle dynamic characteristics of adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage using packed bed Thermal Energy Storage," Energy, vol. 141, pp. 2120-2134, 2017.

Wei He, Jihong Wang, and Yulong Ding, "New radial turbine dynamic modelling in a low-temperature adiabatic compressed air energy storage system discharging process," Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 153, pp. 144-156, 2017.

Wei He, Xing Luo, David Evans, Jonathan Busby, Seamus Garvey, Daniel Parkes, and Jihong Wang, "Exergy storage of compressed air in cavern and cavern volume estimation of the large-scale compressed air energy storage system," Applied Energy, vol. 208, pp. 745-757, 2017.

Xing Luo, Jihong Wang, Christopher Krupke, and Hongming Xu, "Feasibility study of a scroll expander for recycling low-pressure exhaust gas energy from a vehicle gasoline engine system," Energies, vol. 9, p. 231, 2016.

Xing Luo, Jihong Wang, Christopher Krupke, Yue Wang, Yong Sheng, Jian Li, Yujie Xu, Dan Wang, Shihong Miao, and Haisheng Chen, "Modelling study, efficiency analysis and optimisation of large-scale Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage systems with low-temperature thermal storage," Applied energy, vol. 162, pp. 589-600, 2016.

Xing Luo, Jihong Wang, Mark Dooner, and Jonathan Clarke, "Overview of current development in electrical energy storage technologies and the application potential in power system operation," Applied energy, vol. 137, pp. 511-536, 2015.

Jihong Wang, Li Yang, Xing Luo, Stephen Mangan, and James W. Derby, "Mathematical modeling study of scroll air motors and energy efficiency analysis—Part I," IEEE/ASME Transactions On Mechatronics, vol. 16, pp. 112-121, 2011.

Jihong Wang, Xing Luo, Li Yang, Leonid M. Shpanin, Nan Jia, Stephen Mangan, and James W. Derby, "Mathematical modeling study of scroll air motors and energy efficiency analysis—Part II," IEEE/ASME Transactions on Mechatronics, vol. 16, pp. 122-132, 2011.





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