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Karl-Ragmar Riemschneider und Thomas C. Schmidt
KuVS Fachgespräch Sensornetze
Hamburg
September 2017
16. GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Sensornetze der GI/ITG Fachgruppe Kommunikation und Verteilte Systeme
Verlag: HAW Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

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Gunther Rehfeld
Vortrags- und Workshopreihe „Modding the City“ - Daniel Marx (Osmotic Studios) Orwell – Entwicklung eines kommerziellen, politischen Spiels

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Gunther Rehfeld
Vortrags- und Workshopreihe „Modding the City“ - William Pugh & Dominik Johan (CROWS CROWS CROWS) - Set design that almost doesn‘t suck

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Gunther Rehfeld
Vortrags- und Workshopreihe „Modding the City“ - Kathia von Roth, Miko Hucko, Torben Spieke (Spieleberatung) – Workshop

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Gunther Rehfeld
Vortrags- und Workshopreihe „Modding the City“ - Paolo Pedercini (Molleindustria) SimCities & SimCrises

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Tim Dethlefs, Thomas Preisler und Wolfgang Renz
Dynamic Aggregation of Virtual Power Plants with a Registry for Distributed Energy Resources
Christian Derksen und Christoph Weber (Hrsg.) Smart Energy Research. At the Crossroads of Engineering, Economics, and Computer Science aus IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
Seite 66--77.
Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Cham
2017
ISBN: 978-3-319-66553-5
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Karunanidhi Ramachandran und Dieter Scholz
PreSTo Wing Module Optimization for the Double Trapezoidal Wing
Ram P. BAJPAI; U. CHANDRASEKHAR (Hrsg.) Innovative Design and Development Practices in Aerospace and Automotive Engineering aus Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering
Seite 337-346.
I-DAD, February 22-24, 2016,
Verlag: Springer, Singapor
2017
ISBN: 978-981-10-1770-4

Schlüsselwörter: Wing module, Optimization, Trapezoidal wing, Presto, Open Vehicle Sketch Pad (Open VSP)

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Zusammenfassung: This paper explains the Aircraft Preliminary Sizing Tool (PreSTo) developed at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. From the different modules of PreSTo, PreSTo wing, and its sweep angle have been taken as the key feature to explain further. In order to figure out the necessary values for the double trapezoidal wing a loop has been created between the kink chord, inner taper ratio, inboard leading edge sweep angle, and inboard 25 % chord sweep angle. By the end of the loop all the major chords, sweep angles, and taper ratios are calculated and a 2D representation of the wing is given. PreSTo will interact with the user by giving suggestions and during certain parameter conflicts; it can give warning to the user concerning his previous made design choices. Values of wing parameters generated in the wing module are finally stored into PreSTo central database. OpenVSP Connect retrieves values from PreSTo central database and visualizes the aircraft and its wing in 3D with NASA’s tool Open Vehicle Sketch Pad (OpenVSP).

Tagungs-/Konferenz-/Katalogbeiträge:

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Thorsten Struckmann, Max Nix und Simon Ressel
Evaluation of Design Options for Tubular Redox Flow Batteries
Rotterdam
Comsol Conference 2017

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Jenni Herrmann, Hans Kyling, Thes Rauert, Peter Dalhoff, Karina Holz, Jörg Winkelmann und Marie-Laurence Carruezco
FATIGUE TEST OF WIND TURBINE COMPONENTS - VALIDATION OF CURRENT VERIFICATION METHODS
DEWEK 2017
Bremen
17/18 October 2017
UL International GmbH (Hrsg.) Proceedings - DEWEK 2017, German Wind Energy Conference : 17/18 October 2017 Bremen, Germany
Verlag: UL International GmbH, Wilhelmshaven

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Valentin Roscher und Karl-Ragmar Riemschneider
In-situ electrode observation as an optical sensing method for battery state of charge
IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (SAS)
Glassboro, NJ, USA
13-15 March 2017
Proceedings IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium SAS 2017 Band Proc. IEEE SAS 2017
Verlag: IEEE Xplore,
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Schlüsselwörter: battery sensors, reaction kinetics, critical cell state prevention, redundant safety level, cell-integrated fiber optic system, evanescent field sensor, optical fiber sensor, complementary sensor system, electrochemical battery model, ion intercalation spatial-temporal progression, cathode color, cathode reflectance, cell cycling, carbon additive, LFP cathodes, lithium iron phosphate cathode, optical method, battery state of charge, optical sensing method, in-situ electrode observation, LiFePO4

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Zusammenfassung: In this paper, we present a novel optical method to observe lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cathodes, where optical effects are usually suppressed by carbon additives. Our approach to utilize electrochromic markers in the cathode overcomes this restriction. During cell cycling, reflectance and color of the cathode were found to precisely correlate with state of charge. In addition, the spatial and temporal progression of ion intercalation has been made visible. Data gained from these experiments can be used to determine reaction kinetics and improve electrochemical battery models. This can directly benefit battery research as a novel method for materials characterization in the laboratory. As a next step, we propose a complementary sensor system for commercial battery cells, where an optical fiber is placed between cell electrodes as an evanescent field sensor. The cell-integrated fiber optic system has the potential to directly determine the state of charge and additionally act as a redundant safety level to prevent critical cell states.

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