Jan-Peter Heckel, M. Sc.

Jan-Peter Heckel, M. Sc.

Address
Hamburg University of Technology
Electrical Power and Energy Technology (ieet)
Harburger Schloßstraße 36
21079 Hamburg
Office
Building HS36
Room C3 0.009
Phone
Tel: +49 40 42878 2381
Fax: +49 40 42878 2382
Email
jan.heckel(at)tuhh.de
Office Hours
nach Vereinbarung (Terminabsprache per E-Mail)

Publications

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Title: Dynamic Simulation of an Integrated Energy System for Northern Germany with Improved Resilience Tagungsband ETG-Kongress 2019
Written by: Heckel, J.-P.; Becker, C.
in: Mai 2019 2019
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Abstract: The concept of Integrated Energy Systems (IES) allows the transformation to a resilient energy system with a high share of renewable energies by coupling the energy sectors electricity, gas and heat. Therefore, the flexibility is increased. The energy system should be resilient against fluctuation in generation, consumption and faults. The security of energy supplies must be evaluated with appropriate methods for developing resilient energy systems. Energy system analysis is conducted using both optimization models and dynamic simulation. Especially the dynamic simulation is suitable for stability studies of IES. Not only the stability but also the compliance to nominal values should be investigated with the developed concept of the Resilience Index. In contrast to this, optimization models can only consider the compliance of energy balances. The dynamic simulation of all sectors is performed as one simulation model for the IES of Northern Germany with the mathematical description language Modelica.

Courses

WiSe 2020/21

SoSe 2020

WiSe 2019/20

SoSe 2019

WiSe 2018/19

SoSe 2018

WiSe 2017/18

 

Supervised Theses (in progress)

[121746]
Title: Dynamic Simulation of an Integrated Energy System for Northern Germany with Improved Resilience Tagungsband ETG-Kongress 2019
Written by: Heckel, J.-P.; Becker, C.
in: Mai 2019 2019
Volume: Number:
on pages:
Chapter:
Editor:
Publisher:
Series:
Address: Esslingen am Neckar
Edition:
ISBN:
how published:
Organization:
School:
Institution:
Type:
DOI:
URL: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8835996
ARXIVID:
PMID:

[www] [BibTex]

Note: resilientee

Abstract: The concept of Integrated Energy Systems (IES) allows the transformation to a resilient energy system with a high share of renewable energies by coupling the energy sectors electricity, gas and heat. Therefore, the flexibility is increased. The energy system should be resilient against fluctuation in generation, consumption and faults. The security of energy supplies must be evaluated with appropriate methods for developing resilient energy systems. Energy system analysis is conducted using both optimization models and dynamic simulation. Especially the dynamic simulation is suitable for stability studies of IES. Not only the stability but also the compliance to nominal values should be investigated with the developed concept of the Resilience Index. In contrast to this, optimization models can only consider the compliance of energy balances. The dynamic simulation of all sectors is performed as one simulation model for the IES of Northern Germany with the mathematical description language Modelica.

Supervised Theses (finished)

[121746]
Title: Dynamic Simulation of an Integrated Energy System for Northern Germany with Improved Resilience Tagungsband ETG-Kongress 2019
Written by: Heckel, J.-P.; Becker, C.
in: Mai 2019 2019
Volume: Number:
on pages:
Chapter:
Editor:
Publisher:
Series:
Address: Esslingen am Neckar
Edition:
ISBN:
how published:
Organization:
School:
Institution:
Type:
DOI:
URL: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8835996
ARXIVID:
PMID:

[www] [BibTex]

Note: resilientee

Abstract: The concept of Integrated Energy Systems (IES) allows the transformation to a resilient energy system with a high share of renewable energies by coupling the energy sectors electricity, gas and heat. Therefore, the flexibility is increased. The energy system should be resilient against fluctuation in generation, consumption and faults. The security of energy supplies must be evaluated with appropriate methods for developing resilient energy systems. Energy system analysis is conducted using both optimization models and dynamic simulation. Especially the dynamic simulation is suitable for stability studies of IES. Not only the stability but also the compliance to nominal values should be investigated with the developed concept of the Resilience Index. In contrast to this, optimization models can only consider the compliance of energy balances. The dynamic simulation of all sectors is performed as one simulation model for the IES of Northern Germany with the mathematical description language Modelica.