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Marcus Venzke

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Dr. Marcus Venzke
Raum 4.086, Gebäude E
Am Schwarzenberg-Campus 3
21073 Hamburg
Telefon040 42878 - 3378
Fax040 42878 - 2581
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Ich bin seit 1997 im Institut für Telematik, ab 2004 als Oberingenieur. Meine private Homepage finden Sie unter www.MarcusVenzke.de.

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Tobias Lübkert, Marcus Venzke und Volker Turau. Impacts of Domestic Electric Water Heater Parameters on Demand Response. In Proceedings of the 5th D-A-CH+ Energy Informatics Conference 2016, September 2016. Klagenfurt, Austria. To be published.
@InProceedings{Telematik_D-A-CH_DemandResponse_2016, author = {Tobias Lübkert and Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau}, title = {Impacts of Domestic Electric Water Heater Parameters on Demand Response}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 5th D-A-CH+ Energy Informatics Conference 2016}, pages = , day = {29-30}, month = sep, year = 2016, location = {Klagenfurt, Austria}, }
Abstract: This paper analyzes the impact of the high dimen- sional parameter space of domestic electric water heaters (DEWH) for demand response (DR). To quantify the con- sumer comfort a novel metric is introduced considering a stochastic distribution of different water draw events. Incor- porating three control algorithms from literature, it is shown that all considered parameters of a DEWH except the heat conductivity have a significant impact on consumer satisfac- tion. The effect on DR is mainly influenced by the temper- ature range and the planning horizon, but also by the heat conductivity and the volume. In contrast, the rated power of the heating element and the nominal temperature have no significant impact on the effect on DR. The impacts are an- alyzed by varying these parameters in a simulation of 1000 DEWHs considering three different controllers: a common thermostat, an exchange price dependent nominal temper- ature changing mechanism and an energy scheduling algo- rithm proposed by Du and Lu.
Marcus Venzke und Volker Turau. Simulative Evaluation of Demand Response Approaches for Waterbeds. In Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON), April 2016. Leuven, Belgium.
@InProceedings{Telematik_EnergyCon_2016_SimulationDemandResponseWaterbed, author = {Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau}, title = {Simulative Evaluation of Demand Response Approaches for Waterbeds}, booktitle = {Proceedings of the 2016 IEEE International Energy Conference (ENERGYCON)}, pages = , day = {4-8}, month = apr, year = 2016, location = {Leuven, Belgium}, }
Abstract: This paper quantitatively compares five demand response (DR) approaches for waterbeds using simulation. The approaches enable privacy by design with a local control and contribute to the planning phase of the electricity network’s balancing process. Approaches are assessed by their energy consumption, their ability to shift power consumption to times of high availability, and the effort of realization and configuration. Load steps were identified as a risk for power network stability. A classification of DR methods, based on the position of their contribution within the electricity network’s balancing process, is used to distinguish our approach from the DR approaches found in the literature.
Tobias Lübkert, Marcus Venzke und Volker Turau. Impacts of Domestic Electric Water Heater Parameters on Demand Response. Computer Science - Research and Development, 1–16, 2016.
@Article{Telematik_Demand_Response_DEWH_2016, author = {Tobias Lübkert and Marcus Venzke and Volker Turau}, title = {Impacts of Domestic Electric Water Heater Parameters on Demand Response}, pages = {1-16}, journal = {Computer Science - Research and Development}, year = 2016, }
Abstract: This paper analyzes the impact of the high dimen- sional parameter space of domestic electric water heaters (DEWH) for demand response (DR). To quantify the con- sumer comfort a novel metric is introduced considering a stochastic distribution of different water draw events. Incor- porating three control algorithms from literature, it is shown that all considered parameters of a DEWH except the heat conductivity have a significant impact on consumer satisfac- tion. The effect on DR is mainly influenced by the temper- ature range and the planning horizon, but also by the heat conductivity and the volume. In contrast, the rated power of the heating element and the nominal temperature have no significant impact on the effect on DR. The impacts are an- alyzed by varying these parameters in a simulation of 1000 DEWHs considering three different controllers: a common thermostat, an exchange price dependent nominal temper- ature changing mechanism and an energy scheduling algo- rithm proposed by Du and Lu.

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