Electrical Power Systems

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Detlef Schulz

The department is headed since the end of 2005 by Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Detlef Schulz and covers the spectrum of conventional and regenerative power plants, transmission and distribution grids, grid coupling of decentralized power generators, electrical power systems and electromobility up to energy-efficient consumers.

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Teaching includes lectures, exercises and labs in the following areas

  • Electrical power systems
  • Calculation of grid fault and grid operation
  • Basics of high voltage engineering
  • Transient processes in high-voltage grids
  • Regenerative energy systems in grid operation
  • Energy economics

The following topics are focus of research

  • Electrical power systems — Modelling and grid computation, smart grids, stand-alone power systems detection
  • Grid identification — Simulation and measurement of frequency-dependent grid impedance
  • Electromobility — Optimisation of charging infrastructure and integration into grid
  • Multimodal energy systems — Sector coupling, hydrogen, fuel Cells, electrolysis
  • More Electric Aircraft — Aircraft electrical systems, power management, integration of fuel cells, 3D-printing

DLab – Distributed Energy Laboratory


NEIS Conference