Technischen Universität Darmstadt (Hrsg.)

PESS 2020 – IEEE Power and Energy Student Summit

Conference Proceedings 5 – 7 October 2020 | online, Technical University of Darmstadt

2020, 252 Seiten, 140 x 124 mm, Slimlinebox, CD-Rom
ISBN 978-3-8007-5337-6, E-Book: ISBN 978-3-8007-5338-3
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Inhaltsverzeichnis Vorwort

The PESS 2020 continues the long series of previous editions of this conference at other universities all over Germany. It has always been a technical conference which is especially suitable for students in the field of electrical power engineering. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to gain first experiences in writing and publishing a scientific paper. Additionally, we offer authors the chance to present their research in front of a professional audience and get involved in discussions with experts. The conference is supervised by well-established researchers and experts and consists of an engaging program with networking and social interaction.
This year’s conference program comprises 46 contributed papers covering current research topics in the different areas of Power Systems and High-Voltage applications. The conference is jointly organized by the department Electrical Power Supply with Integration of Renewable Energies (E5) at TU Darmstadt and the Cigré Young Energy Net and supported by IEEE PES, VDE-Verlag and the division of future energy systems of TU Darmstadt.
Die Technischen Universität Darmstadt zählt zu den führenden Technischen Universitäten in Deutschland. Sie verbindet vielfältige Wissenschaftskulturen zu einem charakteristischen Profil.
Seit ihrer Gründung im Jahre 1877 zeichnet sich die TU Darmstadt durch besonderen Pioniergeist aus. Zu unserem Selbstverständnis gehört es, diese Tradition der Innovation kontinuierlich fortzusetzen. Durch herausragende Leistungen in Forschung, Lehre und Transfer erschließen wir wichtige wissenschaftliche Zukunftsfelder und eröffnen kontinuierlich neue Chancen der gesellschaftlichen Gestaltung. Damit zählt die TU Darmstadt zu einer der führenden Technischen Universitäten in Deutschland mit hoher internationaler Sichtbarkeit und Reputation.

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Decentralized Data-Driven Tuning of Droop Frequency Controllers applied to a Non-Linear Grid Model

Autoren: Santos, Allan; Moraa, Edwin; Peters, Jan; Steinke, Florian

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Dynamic grid modeling for estimation of influence of inertia on frequency behavior

Autoren: Madura, Bartlomiej Tomasz; Wolter, Martin; Glende, Eric

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Copula-based integration of electric vehicles into a smart grid using MILP

Autoren: Pohl, Christian; Frank, Georg; Schneider, Maximilian; Rinderknecht, Stephan

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Using nontraditional current and voltage converters to create compact power devices of the future

Autoren: Rafikov, Vadim R.; Gotovkina, Elena E.; Yablokov, Andrew A.; Lebedev, Vladimir D.

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Regulatory barriers for sector coupling systems on distribution level

Autoren: Wierzba, Bernd Bastian; Riedlinger, Tobias; Moehrke, Fabian; Zdrallek, Markus; Patzack, Soeren; Schroeder, Malin

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Flexibilization of industrial customers through real time pricing based on multi-agent modeling

Autoren: Kohne, Thomas; Hauck, Steffen; Roloff, Nils; Weigold, Matthias

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Direct Switching Maximum Power Point Tracking Technique for PV Applications

Autoren: Ahmed, Mostafa; Abdelrahem, Mohamed; Hackl, Christoph M.; Kennel, Ralph

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Smart Grids and Data – Exploring emerging data-driven solutions for Distribution System Operators

Autoren: Sgrafetto, Laura; Emmerich, Philip; Klingel, Michael

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Impact of Large-Scale Trading of Industrial Flexibility Options on the Operation of a Distribution Grid

Autoren: Becker, Christian; Ploesser, Tim; Boehringer, Marcel; Hanson, Jutta; Roloff, Nils

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Basic Considerations for Operation and Protection of Modular Grids with Grounding Transformer

Autoren: Franke, Martin; Palm, Sebastian; Schegner, Peter

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A Linearized AC-OPF Framework for Re-dispatch Optimization

Autoren: Wilhelm, Katja; Alaya, Oussama; Mueller, Benjamin; Lens, Hendrik

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Non-Cooperative, Payoff-Based Game in Application to an Energy-Management-Problem between Microgrids

Autoren: Goetzinger, Jonathan; Hott, Ruben; Kuroptev, Kirill; Uetz, Pascal; Zimmermann, Jan

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Recommendations for the Implementation of DC-DC Converters Based on Wide Band Gap Semiconductors for Off-Grid Photovoltaic Systems

Autoren: Cano-Tirado, David; Forchheim, Maximilian Hendrik; Korotkiewicz, Kamil; Steinbusch, Philippe; Zdrallek, Markus

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Radio Frequency Impedance Analysis of Lithium Ion Cells for Power Line Communication

Autoren: Sabir, Reuel; Bloemeke, Alexander; Fuengwarodsakul, Nisai; Sauer, Dirk Uwe

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Development of a Non-Residential Building Model for an Enhanced Identification and Utilization of Flexibilities in Smart Distribution Grids

Autoren: Forchheim, Maximilian Hendrik; Wazifehdust, Mahjar; Cano-Tirado, David; Korotkiewicz, Kamil; Steinbusch, Philippe; Zdrallek, Markus

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An Extra-Low Voltage Inverter-Based Microgrid Test Bench for Teaching and Research

Autoren: Hammer, Bernhard; Ziegelmayer, Nikolas; Hergt, Martin; Konigorski, Ulrich

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Concepts of Assistant Systems in Distribution Grids

Autoren: Kircheis, Jan; Brosinsky, Christoph; Song, Xinya; Schlegel, Steffen; Westermann, Dirk

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Application of the Digital Twin Concept for a Distribution Network

Autoren: Wagner, Timo; Mehlmann, Gert; Richter, Michael

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Cross-sectoral planning of energy grids in development areas with different heating concepts

Autoren: Riedlinger, Tobias; Wintzek, Patrick; Wierzba, Bernd Bastian; Zdrallek, Markus

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Approaches to the 6-10 kV cable line parameters definition in the context of transient processes’ analysis

Autoren: Kutumov, Yuri D.; Shadrikova, Tatiana Y.; Shuin, Vladimir A.

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Transformer Saturation Methods and Transformer Response to Low Frequency Currents

Autoren: Prohammer, Andreas; Rueschitz, Matthias; Albert, Dennis; Renner, Herwig

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Validation of a Scenario Computation Tool for Lithium Ion Battery Pack Simulations

Autoren: Pick, Andreas; Bihn, Stephan; Fuengwarodsakul, Nisai; Sauer, Dirk Uwe

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Modeling for Cross-Domain Electromobility Simulations

Autoren: Yavuzer, Aytug; Guemruekcue, Erdem; Zehir, Mustafa Alparslan; Monti, Antonello

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The use of partial discharge models in the diagnosis of high-voltage equipment

Autoren: Kinsht, Nikolay; Petrunko, Natalya; Tetiora, Sergey; Silin, Nikolay

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