Elena Malz

Doctoral Student at Automatic Control

Elena Malz is a PhD student in the automatic control research group and her research lies within airborne wind energy systems. The task is the development of optimisation models that describe properly the interaction between the mechanical and electrical components. The main focus is on the problem of power fluctuation in AWE systems and the grid interactions including constraints and dynamics of the power grid.

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Drag-mode airborne wind energy vs. wind turbines: An analysis of power production, variability and geography

Elena Malz, Fredrik Hedenus, Lisa Göransson et al
Energy. Vol. 193 (February)
Journal article

A reference model for airborne wind energy systems for optimization and control

Elena Malz, J. Koenemann, S. Sieberling et al
Renewable Energy. Vol. 140, p. 1004-1011
Journal article

A Quantification of the Performance Loss of Power Averaging in Airborne Wind Energy Farms

Elena Malz, Mario Zanon, Sébastien Gros
2018 European Control Conference, ECC 2018, p. 58-63
Paper in proceedings

Operational Regions of a Multi-Kite AWE System

Rachel Leuthold, Jochem De Schutter, Elena Malz et al
2018 European Control Conference, ECC 2018, p. 52-57
Paper in proceedings

Optimization of Off-Shore Wind Power Plants Collection Grids

Jimmy Ehnberg, Elena Malz
12th Wind Integration Workshop
Paper in proceedings

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