Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems

Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems (Vorlesung)

Vortragende/r (Mitwirkende/r)
  • Christoph Michael Hackl
Umfang2 SWS
Stellung in StudienplänenSiehe TUMonline




After successful participation of this module you are capable of: a) "Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems": • Understanding, analyzing and designing power electronic circuits for regenerative energy systems • Understanding protective mechanisms of power electronic circuits • remembering the most important semiconductors, their parameters and their parasitic effects b) "Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems ": • analyzing the working and energy conversion principle(s) of renewable energy systems • understanding and deriving of state-space models of components of renewable energy systems • understanding, applying and implementing control methods for machine- and grid-side components • understanding, applying and implementing operation management methods for renewable energy systems


------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- English-title: Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This lecture will be held in English language. This lecture belongs to the TUM-Module: Renewable Energy Systems: Power Electronics, Modeling and Control ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The module -Renewable Energy Systems: Power Electronics, Modeling and Control- deals with working principles, modeling and control of and power electronics for renewable energy systems (e.g. photovoltaic or wind turbine systems). It consists of two of two sub-modules: - Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems (2SWS) and - Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems (2SWS) The contents of both sub-modules are: - Power Electronics for Renewable Energy Systems • Active and passive components for power electronics, driving circuits, • Basic circuits for grid integration • Power electronics for photovoltaic and wind energy • Power electronics for battery storage systems • Regulations and standards - Modeling and Control of Renewable Energy Systems • Working and energy conversion principles of renewable energy systems • Nonlinear state-space modeling of components (e.g. turbine, generators, converters, dc-link, grid filters) of renewable energy systems • Control of machine- and grid-side components (e.g. speed, current, voltage and power control) of renewable energy systems • Grid synchronization and optimal operation of renewable energy systems

Inhaltliche Voraussetzungen

Basic knowledge of : • linear algebra, • differential equations, • complex phasor theory • Laplace / Fourier transformation • electrical machines (desirable) • power electronics (desirable) • control engineering (desirable)

Lehr- und Lernmethoden

Classroom (60 hours): The module consists of two lectures (sub-modules à 2SWS). The content is presented during lectures by presentations, talks, tutorials, interactive discussions, demonstrations and black/white board sessions. Self-Study (90 Stunden): • Preparation and review of the lectures • Solving problems (solutions provided) • preparation for examination

Studien-, Prüfungsleistung

During the final examination (90 min), the students shall proof by solving problems that basic concepts, power electronic actuators, working/energy conversion principles, modeling and control techniques for renewable energy systems were understood and could be reproduced. The examination is a closed-book exam; solely an unchanged formulary (provided by the lecturers) is admissible.

Empfohlene Literatur

* C. M. Hackl, C. Dirscherl and K. Schechner, "Modellierung und Regelung von modernen Windkraftanlagen", in D. Schröder "Elektrische Antriebe - Regelung von Antriebssystemen", Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2020 (english translation is available at: * C. M. Hackl, "Non-identifier based adaptive control in mechatronics: Theory and application", Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 2017. * D. Schröder, "Elektrische Antriebe - Grundlagen", 3. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2007 * D. Schröder, "Leisungselektronische Schaltungen", 2. Auflage, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2008 * M. Michel, "Leistungselektronik", Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2011 * V. Quaschning, "Regenerative Energiesysteme", 7., aktualisierte Auflage, Hanser-Verlag, München, 2011


Downloads zur Vorlesung

Formelsammlung, Skriptum, Übungen mit Musterlösungen und Handout (zip-Datei)

Matlab (zip-Datei)

Das Passwort der zip-Dateien wird am ersten Termin dieser Vorlesung bekanntgegeben.

Zusätzlich können TUM-Studierende über den SpringerLink das Buchkapitel "Modellierung und Regelung von modernen Windkraftanlagen: Eine Einführung" kostenlos herunterladen (entweder innerhalb des TUM-Netzwerkes oder mithilfe des 'Shibboleth login').

Aktuelle Info

This lecture will be held in English language at winter term 2020/2021.

Die Prüfungsinformation finden Sie auf der Modulseite.