Im Rahmen des AIT Centers for Energy wurde die Co-Simulation als die geeignetste Methode identifiziert, um die detaillierte Analyse integrierter Energiesysteme zu erleichtern. Zu diesem Zweck wird eine Kombination von Co-Simulation-basierten Ansätzen mit Hardware (Controller-in-the-Loop, Hardware-in-the-Loop) verwendet. Diese Methoden und Technologien werden die Entwicklung von Energiemanagementsystemen mit Verwertungsströmen im Industrie-, Gebäude- und Verkehrssektor unterstützen.
Within the AIT Center for Energy, co-simulation has been identified as the most suitable method to facilitate the detailed analysis of integrated power systems. For this purpose, a combination of co-simulation-based approaches with hardware (controller-in-the-loop, hardware-in-the-loop) is used. These methods and technologies will support the development of energy management systems with recovery streams in the industrial, building, and transportation sectors.
Design and operation of multicarrier energy systems with a focus on hybrid thermal-electrical networks
Integration of 4th generation district heating and cooling with electrical infrastructure
For the holistic assessment of hybrid energy systems, methods and workflows are required that consider both technical and economic aspects
New tools for modeling, simulation, assessment and optimization of hybrid energy systems
Energy system integration and sector coupling.
Addresses techno-economic aspects with a focus on system-level design and operation
Has been identified as a key strategic element in several research roadmaps (SET-Plan, "Policy Paper on Energy and Climate Policy" of the Federation of Austrian Industries, etc.).
Becoming a new focus for R&D platforms (ETIP SNET, EERA JP ESI, etc.).
The transition to hybrid energy systems brings with it challenges
Establish AIT as a leader in supporting public and private sector stakeholders.
Services Offered: Transformation strategies, technology assessment, operational optimization, business model development.
Complex energy systems
Tool development for technical assessment of multi-domain energy systems (co-simulation)
Method development for holistic assessment of integrated energy systems
District heating/ district cooling
Planning and operation of 4th generation district heating networks
Assessment and planning of low temperature networks (anergy networks)
Integration of renewable energy sources, waste heat and storage systems