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Sascha Burmeister, M. Sc.

 Sascha  Burmeister, M. Sc.

Wirtschaftsinformatik, insb. Operations Research

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In the Re²Pli research project, a sustainable and efficient production line for the manufacture of press-hardened components is being set up and validated on the basis of induction heating. The high flexibility of induction heating enables dynamic adaptation of the manufacturing strategy. This means that variables such as energy availability, maintenance, malfunctions and set-up times can be better taken into account in a manufacturing strategy.

The aim is to develop a system which, in communication with machine sizes, energy management and order situation, enables optimized, energy-efficient and economical production of components.

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Distribution Network Optimization: Predicting computation times to design scenario analysis for network operators

S.C. Burmeister, G. Schryen, Energy Systems (2023)


Towards a Decision Support System for Cross-Sectoral Energy Distribution Network Planning

J. Kirchhoff, S.C. Burmeister, C. Weskamp, G. Engels, in: Energy Informatics and Electro Mobility ICT, 2021

Requirements for energy distribution networks are changing fast due to the growing share of renewable energy, increasing electrification, and novel consumer and asset technologies. Since uncertainties about future developments increase planning difficulty, flexibility potentials such as synergies between the electricity, gas, heat, and transport sector often remain unused. In this paper, we therefore present a novel module-based concept for a decision support system that helps distribution network planners to identify cross-sectoral synergies and to select optimal network assets such as transformers, cables, pipes, energy storage systems or energy conversion technology. The concept enables long-term transformation plans and supports distribution network planners in designing reliable, sustainable and cost-efficient distribution networks for future demands.


Heuristics and Simulation for Water Tank Optimization

C. Hallmann, S.C. Burmeister, M. Wissing, L. Suhl, in: Communications in Computer and Information Science, 2018


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