Topic: Comprehensive Analysis of Multiple Sources of Uncertainty in a District's Low Voltage Grid

Topic: Comprehensive Analysis of Multiple Sources of Uncertainty in a District's Low Voltage Grid

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Title Comprehensive Analysis of Multiple Sources of Uncertainty in a District's Low Voltage Grid
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MOTIVATION
  • The integration of multiple sources of uncertainty (e.g. electric vehicle charging, battery storage and renewable energy generation) leads to an increased complexity and variability in low voltage grids.
  • This may result in an unpredictable behavior, leading to challenges for grid operators in maintaining stability and reliability.
  • Therefore, it is crucial to develop accurate and reliable models for uncertainty quantification in these grids that help to forecast critical grid situations and guide the development of mitigation strategies

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M.Sc. Sarah Fayed
Phone: +49 4921 807 1858
E-mail: sarah.fayed@hs-emden-leer.de
Home institution Institute of Physics
Type of work practical / application-focused
Type of thesis Master's degree
Author Dr. rer. nat. Sandra Koch
Status available
Problem statement
CORE TASKS
  • This thesis will involve analyzing electricity load and generation data to develop separate models for each source of uncertainty in a low voltage grid. The effectiveness of each model will be statistically evaluated.
  • The separate models will be then integrated into a joint model to analyze the combined effect of uncertainties on the grid behavior.
  • The joint model will be tested in an available electrical grid simulation of a residential district and comprehensively evaluated with the help of simulation scenarios.
  • Preferred programming language: Python
Requirement
YOUR PROFILE
  • Completed or current university studies in the field of Energy Systems, Engineering Physics, Electrical Engineering, Data Science or comparable subject .
  • Independent and reliable working attitude
  • Python knowledge or programming affinity is required
Created 06/03/23

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  • Master's Programme Engineering Physics
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