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Institute for Technology, Resource and Energy-efficient Engineering (TREE)

Modeling and Simulation

In the research field "Modeling and Simulation", methods are developed in order to be able to solve many current technical problems with computer support. Applications often arise from the other TREE research groups. This results in close cooperation between natural and engineering scientists and between experimentalists and simulators in the various fields of research.
Working groups

Due to the wide range of research areas, modelling and simulation is divided into the following working groups:


Current research projects

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TRE3L - TREE-Energy Lab

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eTa - efficient transportation alternatives

Completed research projects

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Transdermal Therapeutisches System (Quelle: LTS Lohmann Therapie-Systeme AG) (DE)

MOTTSAL - Modellierung und Optimierung Transdermaler Therapeutischer Systeme (in German)

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ReBauVES - resource optimised development of structural elements

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SkaSim - Scalable HPC software for simulations in the chemical industry

2020 | 2019 | 2017


Gerd Steinebach, Oliver Kolb: Hydraulic modeling and energy view.
doi:10.4171/207-1/4 URL BibTeX | RIS

Gerd Steinebach, David Dreistadt, Patrick Hausmann, Tim Jax: Setup of simulation model and calibration.
doi:10.4171/207-1/7 URL BibTeX | RIS

Tim Jax: Network aggregation.
doi:10.4171/207-1/6 URL BibTeX | RIS

Patrick Hausmann: Demand forecast.
doi:10.4171/207-1/3 URL BibTeX | RIS

Karl N. Kirschner, Dirk Reith, Wolfgang Heiden: The performance of Dunning, Jensen, and Karlsruhe basis sets on computing relative energies and geometries.
doi:10.1080/1539445x.2020.1714656 BibTeX | RIS

Martin R. Schenk, Thorsten Köddermann, Karl N. Kirschner, Sandra Knauer, Dirk Reith: Molecular Dynamics in the Energy Sector: Experiment and Modeling of the CO2/CH4 Mixture.
doi:10.1021/acs.jced.9b00503 BibTeX | RIS


Dominik Wilde, Andreas Krämer, Knut Küllmer, Holger Foysi, Dirk Reith: Multistep Lattice Boltzmann Methods: Theory and Applications.
doi:10.1002/fld.4716 BibTeX | RIS


Tim Jax, Gerd Steinebach: Generalized ROW-type methods for solving semi-explicit DAEs of index-1.
doi:10.1016/ BibTeX | RIS