Simulation of Supply Systems in Production

Event type
Tutorials (master´s degree)
Contact persons Tobias Lademann M.Sc.
11.11.2024 bis 15.11.2024 Block event (event week)
18.11.2024 bis 22.11.2024 Final project
Exam date in KW 48

The tutorial takes place full-time. During the duration of the tutorial, only very limited further examinations (e.g. written or oral examinations) can be taken. If necessary, this must be coordinated with the department in advance. The decision on exam participation during the tutorial period is made at the discretion of the department with the aim of equal treatment of all students.
Due to a limited number of participants, registration in TUCaN must first be clarified with Tobias Lademann M.Sc. , via email. There is no collective registration possible.
There are 15 places for the tutorial, another ten latecomers will be accepted on the waiting list.
  • The main aim of the tutorial is to learn about simulation as a possible tool to support decision making in planning processes(design and operation strategies of factory energy systems). The focus of the tutorial is primarily on companies in the metal processing industry.
  • Previous knowledge of production engineering, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, building services engineering and simulation of technical systems is helpful, but is not considered a prerequisite for participation.
Course contents
  • Introduction to dynamic simulation and possible areas of application in an industrial context with reference to energy
  • Overview of suitable simulation environments and modeling approaches
  • Basics of numerical solution methods
  • Introduction to the basics of the Modelica language and the Dymola simulation environment from Dassault Systèmes
  • Introduction to the development of object-oriented model/simulation libraries
  • Physical and control fundamentals of thermo-hydraulic systems / energy systems and the relevant influencing / disturbance variables
  • Introduction to advanced simulation techniques (FMI model export, co-simulation, coupling with mathematical optimization)
  • Introduction to the systematic evaluation of results
  • Application of simulation tools to concrete case studies from production (with a focus on metal processing companies)
  • Theoretical introduction to the above-mentioned teaching contents
  • Execution of computer exercises in the simulation environment Dymola from Dassault Systèmes
  • Working on a final project in a team