Faculty of Energy · Building Services · Environmental Engineering

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Field of teaching and research: Elektrotechnik und Elektrizitätsversorgung

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Böker

Prof. Dr. Andreas Böker , Prof. Dr. (em.) Hartmuth Paerschke , Prof. Dr. Ekkehard Boggasch

The transformation of energy systems towards sustainable energy production and use is driving a variety of technical and economic developments. Many smaller and decentralised generation plants for the use of renewable energies are integrated in distribution networks. Their number will continue to increase. At the same time, a variety of technologies are being developed to store electrical energy on a larger scale. Distribution network operators are examining whether the use of intelligent control and  instrumentation and control technology can be an alternative to conventional network expansion. These developments also have an influence on building services engineering. In the future, buildings will act as electrical generators or storage facilities and offer system services for distribution network operators. Intelligent electricity meters are now prescribed by law. Automation and digital communication in buildings create the conditions for developments for which the terms smart grid and smart home were coined.

The engineer working in this environment will increasingly be active across all trades and offer appropriate system solutions. Against this background, this book is intended to provide an introduction to the fundamentals and the wide range of electrical engineering topics that are of particular importance for engineers in building services and energy technology, supply engineering, mechanical engineering and environmental technology. It is the result of the authors' many years of teaching experience at the universities of Münster, Munich and Wolfenbüttel. The authors are members of the working group of professors for building automation and energy systems. The colleagues in the working group have contributed to this book through numerous discussions and suggestions.

2nd, revised and extended edition 2019
ISBN 978-3-658-20970-4 (Print)
ISBN 978-3-658-20971-1 (eBook)

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