Modern energy systems combine a large number of different generators, storage systems and consumers. LEC ENERsim is a simulation platform for optimizing such systems, from the early design phase to commercial operation. LEC ENERsim enables the coupling of numerous components such as energy sources, converters, storage units, grids or demands and allows the assessment of technical performance, as well as economic and ecological evaluations.
Broad application: All forms of generic energy systems can be assessed
Easy to set up: Allows to quickly find rough statements about the performance of a system
Flexible modelling: Simulation is possible with simple/generic models, as well as with more complex models
Optimization: To find the best energy system layout and the best operating strategy; different kinds of optimization methods possible
Flexible extension possible: Easy adaption of tool structure and modules on new boundary definitions for special systems
LEC ENERsim in practice
The methodology is designed to model the exchange of generic energy flows. This means that different forms of energy can be covered and full sector coupling between electricity, heat, chemical energy and mobility is possible. Exemplary applications are the design of commercial and industrial power plants, conversion chains for synthetic fuels, or drive trains for transport applications (e.g. ships).
Do you need more detailed information on how ENERsim can be applied to your issue?
LEC ENERsim is continuously being further developed in internal projects, with many new features on the way (e.g. machine learning-based predictive control strategies).
Do you need more detailed information on how ENERim can be used for your application? Contact us.
We are always open to further develop the tool tailored to your use case!
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