H. F. Wedde

Learn More
The liberalization of electricity markets and the integration of high capacity unpredictable renewable resources (e.g. wind power) yield a higher utilization of transmission networks. The capacity of transmission networks can be increased by installing Power Flow Controllers (PFCs). When several PFCs with mutual impact are installed in different control(More)
A world-wide trend towards renewable and ecologically clean forms of energy has been steadily growing. Private investments are encouraged and heavily subsidized in most of the European countries, through tax deductions, and even more through a very favorable refund program for feeding electric power from renewable sources into the public network. Due to the(More)
For a more intensive presentation and an active involvement of students, in particular in large classes, we present a novel approach termed Cooperative Theme and Tool Competence For Learning (CoTTCoL). One of the novelties of our multistep CSCL method is that it utilizes (and advertises) a congruence between objects and operational structures in the theme(More)
Establishing clean or renewable energy sources involves the problem of adequate management for the networked power sources, in particular since producers are at the same time also consumers, and vice versa. We describe the first phases of the joint R&D project DEZENT between the School of Computer Science and the College of Electrical Engineering at the(More)
The major problem for establishing technologies based on solar or wind power, or on renewable energy sources, is an adequate management for the densely networked power sources. This paper describes the first phase of the combined R&D project DEZENT to be funded shortly, between the Schools of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of(More)
  • 1