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Studierende vor dem Optoelektronik-Gebäude P8, Foto: Universität Paderborn, Fotografin: Judith Kraft Show image information

Studierende vor dem Optoelektronik-Gebäude P8, Foto: Universität Paderborn, Fotografin: Judith Kraft

Energy Systems Technologies

The lecture Energy Systems Technologies is aimed at Master's students of electrical engineering and includes the holistic consideration of thermal, electrical and chemical energy systems and their individual components. In addition to the technical description and design of concepts such as sector coupling and storage, ecological and economic aspects are also presented for the holistic evaluation of energy systems.

Energy Systems Technologies deals with the consideration of energy systems, consisting of the provision of useful energy, energy distribution and the energy demand. In this course, the fundamentals of energy systems are taught. For this purpose, based on the descriptions of the main individual components, their interaction in particular is analyzed with regard to meeting the energy demand. Accordingly, aspects of sector coupling as well as storage technologies as components of energy systems are introduced. In addition to the technical description and design of energy systems, ecological and economic aspects for the holistic evaluation of energy systems are also presented.

Docent Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Meschede
Study program M.Sc. Electrical Engineering
ECTS 6 CP
Workload 180 h
Turnus Summer semester
Contacts

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Henning Meschede

Energy System Technologies (EST)

Henning Meschede
Phone:
+49 5251 60-2185
Web:

M. Sc. Denis Divkovic

Energy System Technologies (EST)

Project work in the field of integrated energy systems with focus on Power-to-heat and Power-to-Gas systems for district heating

Phone:
+49 5251 60-4298
Office:
E4.148

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