Gerald Schweiger
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District heating and cooling systems–Framework for Modelica-based simulation and dynamic optimization
G Schweiger, PO Larsson, F Magnusson, P Lauenburg, S Velut
Energy 137, 566-578, 2017
Dynamic equation-based thermo-hydraulic pipe model for district heating and cooling systems
B van der Heijde, M Fuchs, CR Tugores, G Schweiger, K Sartor, ...
Energy Conversion and Management 151, 158-169, 2017
The potential of power-to-heat in Swedish district heating systems
G Schweiger, J Rantzer, K Ericsson, P Lauenburg
Energy 137, 661-669, 2017
District energy systems: Modelling paradigms and general-purpose tools
G Schweiger, R Heimrath, B Falay, K O'Donovan, P Nageler, R Pertschy, ...
Energy 164, 1326-1340, 2018
An empirical survey on co-simulation: Promising standards, challenges and research needs
G Schweiger, C Gomes, G Engel, I Hafner, J Schoeggl, A Posch, ...
Simulation modelling practice and theory 95, 148-163, 2019
Validation of dynamic building energy simulation tools based on a real test-box with thermally activated building systems (TABS)
P Nageler, G Schweiger, M Pichler, D Brandl, T Mach, R Heimrath, ...
Energy and buildings 168, 42-55, 2018
Modeling and simulation of large-scale systems: A systematic comparison of modeling paradigms
G Schweiger, H Nilsson, J Schoeggl, W Birk, A Posch
Applied Mathematics and Computation 365, 124713, 2020
Functional Mock-up Interface: An empirical survey identifies research challenges and current barriers
G Schweiger, C Gomes, G Engel, I Hafner, J Schoeggl, A Posch, ...
Proceedings of the American Modelica Conference, 138-146, 2018
Novel method to simulate large-scale thermal city models
P Nageler, G Schweiger, H Schranzhofer, T Mach, R Heimrath, ...
Energy 157, 633-646, 2018
District heating systems: An analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the 4GDH
G Schweiger, F Kuttin, A Posch
Energies 12 (24), 4748, 2019
IBPSA Project 1: BIM/GIS and Modelica framework for building and community energy system design and operation–ongoing developments, lessons learned and challenges
M Wetter, C van Treeck, L Helsen, A Maccarini, D Saelens, D Robinson, ...
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science 323 (1), 012114, 2019
Co-Simulation-An Empirical Survey: Applications, Recent Developments and Future Challenges.
G Schweiger, GP Engel, JP Schöggl, I Hafner, TS Nouidui, C Gomes
Simul. Notes Eur. 30 (2), 73-76, 2020
Co-simulation: Leveraging the potential of urban energy system simulation
G Schweiger, C Gomes, I Hafner, G Engel, TS Nouidui, N Popper, ...
EuroHeat&Power 15 (1-2), 13-16, 2018
Enabling large-scale dynamic simulations and reducing model complexity of district heating and cooling systems by aggregation
B Falay, G Schweiger, K O’Donovan, I Leusbrock
Energy 209, 118410, 2020
A general method to compare different co-simulation interfaces: demonstration on a case study
G Engel, AS Chakkaravarthy, G Schweiger
International Conference on Simulation and Modeling Methodologies …, 2017
Experiences from City-Scale Simulation of Thermal Grids
J Simonsson, KT Atta, G Schweiger, W Birk
Resources 10 (2), 10, 2021
Active consumer participation in smart energy systems
G Schweiger, L Eckerstorfer, I Hafner, A Fleischhacker, J Radl, B Glock, ...
Energy and Buildings, 110359, 2020
Framework for dynamic optimization of district heating systems using Optimica Compiler Toolkit
G Schweiger, H Runvik, F Magnusson, PO Larsson, S Velut
Proceedings of the 12th International Modelica Conference, Prague, Czech …, 2017
Co-simulation between Trnsys and Simulink based on type155
G Engel, AS Chakkaravarthy, G Schweiger
International Conference on Software Engineering and Formal Methods, 315-329, 2017
A Methodology to Compare Different Co-simulation Interfaces: A Thermal Engineering Case Study.
GP Engel, AS Chakkaravarthy, G Schweiger
SIMULTECH, 410-415, 2017
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