Marwan Mostafa, M.Sc.

Marwan Mostafa, M.Sc.

Adresse
Technische Universität Hamburg
Elektrische Energietechnik
Harburger Schloßstraße 36
21079 Hamburg
Büro
Gebäude HS36
Raum C3 0.008
Telefon
Tel: +49 40 42878 4097
Fax: +49 49 42878 2382
E-Mail
marwan.mostafa(at)tuhh.de
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Publikationen

2022

2021

Lehrveranstaltungen

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Smart Grid Technologies
Untertitel:
Modul: Smart-Grid-Technologien
Semester:
WiSe 22/23
Veranstaltungstyp:
Vorlesung (Lehre)
Veranstaltungsnummer:
lv2706_w22
DozentIn:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christian Becker, Dr. Davood Babazadeh, Tom Steffen, M. Sc, Christina Eckel, M. Sc, Marwan Mostafa, M. Sc
Beschreibung:

Introduction to Smart Grids

  • Intelligent Distribution Grids
  • Paradigm shifts: Digitalization & Sustainability 

Emerging technologies in distribution grids 

  • Distributed Energy Resource (DER) 
  • Battery Energy Storage (BES) technologies 
  • Sector-coupling & EV/V2G
  • Microgrids, Inverter-based Systems 
  • Modelling and control of PV & BESS 

Distribution grid management & analysis 

  • Distribution grid structure (Hamburg example)
  • Distribution grid management and operation architecture and functions 
    • Fault Detection, Isolation & Restoration 
    • Self-Healing in distribution systems
    • Volt-Var Optimization 
    • Distribution Load Flow
  • Demand Side Management & Demand Response 
  • Lab exercise (Smart Grid Operation)

Computational intelligence and optimization techniques in Smart Grids 

  • Computational challenges in Smart grid
  • Heuristic & Analytic Optimization Methods 
  • Intelligent Systems (Expert Systems, ML/AL) 
  • Applications (optimal load flow, reactive capacitor placement)
  • Lab exercise (optimization formulation) 

ICT Technologies for Smart Grids

  • Advanced Metering Technologies: Smart Meters, RTU, PMU  
  • Automation and Communication standards in Distribution grids
  • Interoperability in Smart grids ( Smart Grid Architecture Model)
  • Cyber security

Practical lesson-learned: Stromnetz Hamburg (SNH) perspective

  • Definition of Smart Grid and its requirements from industry view 
  • Grid digitalization - examples of industrial projects 
  • Flexible load management 
  • Electromobility & transportation sector integration

Study visits:

  • Digital Substation in Harburg 
  • Electric Bus charging station  
  • Stromnetz Hamburg Control Center
Voraussetzungen:
Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering, Introduction to Control Systems, Mathematics I, II, III Electrical Power Systems I
Leistungsnachweis:
Project, Report, Assignments, Presentations
ECTS-Kreditpunkte:
6
Weitere Informationen aus Stud.IP zu dieser Veranstaltung
Heimatinstitut: Elektrische Energietechnik (E-6)
In Stud.IP angemeldete Teilnehmer: 16
Anzahl der Dokumente im Stud.IP-Downloadbereich: 40