- Study the theory of alkaline and PEM electrolysers; - Study the operation requirements of the alkaline and PEM electrolysers available at SGEVLab; - Participate in the experiments of the electrolysers with more experienced researchers; - Obtain the parameters of the electric models of the electrolysers (using, for example, the points of the current-voltage curve and linear regression); - Implement the electric models of the electrolysers using MATLAB/Simulink and the obtained parameters; - Compare the simulation models and the real electrolysers (calculate the percentual error of the models). If necessary, adjust the models to improve the precision; - Produce a scientific/technical report and, possibly, submit a conference article.
Studies in electrical engineering, computer science, applied mathematics, informatics or similar
Minimum profile required
- Knowledge in one programming language- Basic knowledge of electrical circuits
- Experience in MATLAB/Simulink - Electrical circuits laboratory skills - Basic knowledge of industrial electronics, power electronics - Basic knowledge of statistics - Fluency in English (spoken and written)
Since 17 Dec 2021 to 15 Jan 2022
Cluster / Centre
Power and Energy / Power and Energy Systems