Full-time (part-time possible)
The intermittent nature of renewable energy sources demands energy storage systems to stabilize the grid. Energy storage systems are required to be versatile and offer a wide range of power and energy density.
The Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics at DLR is working on novel solutions based on rSOCs. In this concept excess electricity from renewable sources is stored by converting water to produce hydrogen. The gas produced is used to produce electricity when demand exceeds supply. To simplify such systems, SOCs can be operated in electrolysis mode and fuel cell mode.
Within the scope of the master thesis, the following tasks should be performed:
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Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics
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