Projects in the Business Area Network Evaluation Technologies

Selected funded projects:

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TransHyDE-Sys − System Analysis of Transport Solutions for Green Hydrogen

One approach in the context of the energy transition is to also feed green hydrogen into the existing German network for gas transport. In order to be able to plan, control and analyze such scenarios, existing simulation models must be extended so that they can represent gas mixtures with high hydrogen content. In addition, the coupling to the relevant power grids must be advanced. These are the goals of the TransHyDE-Sys project. This project is part of the BMBF flagship project TransHyDE.
Project duration: 04/2021 - 03/2025

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MathEnergy - mathematical key technologies for energy networks

The project MathEnergy develops mathematical approaches to tackle the challenges which arise in the context of the energy turnaround. In order to adapt the workload and the expansion of the energy networks, offers and demands have to be adjusted and flexibilities among the energy sources have to be utilized. For this purpose, network-transcending models and model-based monitoring, controlling and evaluation concepts are developed. The goal is to develop a software package for hierarchical complex network models which supports stochastically varying input data and workflows for the integrated simulation and analysis of network-transcendent scenarios of the energy supply with power and gas.
Project duration: 10/2016 - 09/2020

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Modeling and optimization of the coupling of energy sectors for the flexibilization of the energy infrastructure.
Project duration: 06/2016 - 12/2019


The project CharMe-uPS is funded by the Forschungsvereinigung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Eisen und Metall verarbeitenden Industrie e.V. (AVIF) and works on the characterization and meta-modelling of heterogeneous spot-welded joints for crash simulation.
Project duration: 07/2015 - 12/2018