Final Papers

IAEW continuously offers practice-oriented and up-to-date bachelor and master theses from a broad spectrum of topics concerning electricity supply and energy economics. We consider extensive mentoring with clear objectives and tasks for the bachelor and master theses as very important. Not least are the students the backbone of our research and development as they support us in various projects. Beyond work, IAEW offers a range of activities for students in order to get in touch with the institute and its staff.

Please contact for bachelor theses Lara Lück (ll@iaew.rwth-aachen.de); for master theses Marius Siemonsmeier (si@iaew.rwth-aachen.de)

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Type

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Theme

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Bachelor
Adaptive step size control in dynamic simulation methods
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Bachelor
Visualization of electrical power systems with automatically created system diagrams
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Master
Challenges in Medium Voltage Grid Protection of the Future
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Master
Development of a model of the dynamic load behavior in Germany
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Master
Analysis and Modeling of Voltage Dependencies of Electrical Loads in Medium and Low Voltage Grids
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Master
Implementation and Evaluation of a Conformity Detection Method for Directly Grid-Connected Synchronous Generators
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Master
Development of a Methodology to Determine the Future Amount of Redispatch under Uncertainties
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Bachelor
Algorithmic methods to consider events in stability investigations
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Bachelor
Modelling of Up– and Downstream Networks with Inverter-based Power Plants for Practical Short Circuit Calculations
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Bachelor
Analysis of Heuristics for PV-to-PQ Bus Type Switching in Power Flow Calculation
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Master
Investigation of the Influence of Line Capacitance on the Short Circuit Current of DC Distribution Grids
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Master
Investigation of the Influence of Different Grounding Concepts on the Ground Fault Currents of Innovative DC Distribution Grids
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Master
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Master
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Master
Optimization of a method for redispatch forecasting in the transmission grid
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Master
Earth fault compensation in 110 kV grid with cables
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Master
Control requirements for the feed-in and load development for the substitution of expansion needs in the German transmission grid
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Master
Methods for simulation of network operation in future Smart Grid considering decentralized flexibility options
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Bachelor
Analysis of the Uncertainties at the Unit Commitment of Reserve Power Plants
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Bachelor
Calculation of correction factors for consideration of multiple fed short circuits in DC distribution grids
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