Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system

M. Griese, T. Pawlik, T. Schulte, J. Maas, in: Academia.edu, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, 2014, pp. 189–200.

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Due to the increasing energy demand and shortage of fossil fuels, the energy systems will be transformed from mainly centralized into more decentralized systems, also incorporating more renewable energy. However, optimizing the control and structure of these systems is rather complex. A method for analyzing and planning of such systems is an adapted variant of the so called Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation. This approach comprises virtual energy components as models combined with data from experimental components. As a virtual energy component, a simulation model describing the physical behavior of CHP units is proposed in this contribution. The modeling approach is based on a time domain approach using state variables of the multiple domains to describe the dynamic behavior. For instance, the first law of thermodynamics is applied to model the thermal quantities. Furthermore, the model is scalable regarding the modeling depth and the power ratings which allows an application for different simulation scenarios. Finally, the overall model is parameterized and validated with data of a medium sized CHP plant.
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II. International Energy Technologies Conference, ENTECH´14
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Istanbul
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Griese M, Pawlik T, Schulte T, Maas J. Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system. In: Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu; 2014:189-200.
Griese, M., Pawlik, T., Schulte, T., & Maas, J. (2014). Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system (pp. 189–200). Presented at the II. International Energy Technologies Conference, ENTECH´14, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu.
Griese M et al. (2014) Scalable Model of a CHP Unit for HIL Simulation of a Smart Combined Grid System. Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu, pp. 189–200.
Griese, Martin, Thomas Pawlik, Thomas Schulte, and Jürgen Maas. “Scalable Model of a CHP Unit for HIL Simulation of a Smart Combined Grid System,” 189–200. Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu, 2014.
Griese, Martin, Thomas Pawlik, Thomas Schulte und Jürgen Maas. 2014. Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system. In: , 189–200. Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu.
Griese, Martin ; Pawlik, Thomas ; Schulte, Thomas ; Maas, Jürgen: Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system. In: . Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences : Academia.edu, 2014, S. 189–200
M. Griese, T. Pawlik, T. Schulte, J. Maas, Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system, in: Academia.edu, Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, 2014: pp. 189–200.
M. Griese, T. Pawlik, T. Schulte, and J. Maas, “Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system,” presented at the II. International Energy Technologies Conference, ENTECH´14, Istanbul, 2014, pp. 189–200.
Griese, Martin, et al. Scalable Model of a CHP Unit for HIL Simulation of a Smart Combined Grid System. Academia.edu, 2014, pp. 189–200.
Griese, Martin et. al. (2014): Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system, in: , Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences, S. 189–200.
Griese M, Pawlik T, Schulte T, Maas J. Scalable model of a CHP unit for HIL simulation of a smart combined grid system. In Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe University of Applied Sciences: Academia.edu; 2014. p. 189–200.

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