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Dr. -Ing. Sarah Hamdy

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Study coordinator ITE and MBE, Research and teaching associate

PhD Energy Engineering, Faculty III, TU Berlin

M.Sc. Energy Engineering, TU Berlin Campus El Gouna

B.Sc. Renewable Energies, Universität Stuttgart

Modules: Introduction to Energy Engineering

 

Consulting hours,

In El Gouna (winter term):

Room G73

Sunday 11 am to 13 pm
Wednesday 10 am to 12 pm

In Berlin (summer term):

Room KT03

Monday 10 am to 12 pm
Wednesday 10 am to 12 pm

 

Research activities

  • Energy Storage Technologies (e.g. Carnot Batteries)
  • Liquid Air Energy Storage (LAES) (or Cryogenic Energy Storage (CES))
  • Exergy-based methods
  • Energy Market Studies and Simulation (Egypt)

Short curriculum vitae

 

Dr. Sarah Hamdy works at the Energy Engineering Department of the Technische Universität Berlin Campus El Gouna since 2015. Sarah conducts her postdoctoral research at the Chair for Exergy-based Methods for Refrigeration Systems. Her field of expertise is thermal energy conversion systems and energy storage, and the application of exergy-based methods.

Sarah Hamdy conducted her undergraduate studies, B.Sc. Renewable Energies, at the University of Stuttgart, Germany. During her Bachelor studies, she gained work experience as a Student Research Assistant at the Fraunhofer Institute involved in the conduction of a Green Technology study within the competence team Technology Strategies. Being responsible for the solar component of a Smart Microgrid built to supply the electric car charging station on the institute’s campus within the division Mobility Innovation, she decided to continue her studies with the focus on energy systems. Aiming for an international and interdisciplinary advanced Master’s program she chose to continue her studies within the Energy Engineering program of TU Berlin Campus El Gouna. Right after completion of her master thesis on cryogenic energy storage in 2015, she joined the TU Berlin Campus El Gouna Energy Engineering department, where she is responsible for the coordination of the two new study programs IT for Energy and Business Engineering Energy within the DAAD project “El Gouna Graduate School”.

Sarah Hamdy acknowledges the financial support of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF—Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung) under the Transnational Education project of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

 

 

Activities, publications and supervisions

Publications

2016

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Evaluation of Cryogenics-based energy storage concepts. In: Proceedings of the 29th international conference on efficiency, cost, optimization, simulation and environmental impact of energy systems - ECOS 2016, Portoroz, Slovenia; June 19-23, 2016.

2017:

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Cryogenics-based energy storage: evaluation of cold exergy recovery cycles. Energy 2017: Volume 138: 1069-1080.

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Cryogenics-based Energy Storage Concepts: evaluation using exergy based methods. In: Proceedings of the 14th CRYOGENICS 2017 IIR International Conference. Dresden, Germany; 15-19 May 2017.

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Exergoeconomic analysis of cryogenic energy storage systems. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Exergy, Life Cycle Assessment, and Sustainability Workshop & Symposium - ELCAS5. Nysiros, Greece; 09 -11 July 2017.

2018:

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Cryogenics-based energy storage: an economic sensitivity analysis, International Conference on Cryogenics and Refrigeration Technologies ICCRT. Bucharest, Romania; 07-10/ May 2018

Hamdy, S., Moser, F., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Cryogenics-based energy storage: Exergy-based evaluation of liquefaction cycles with integrated cold recovery and storage Proceedings of the 21st Conference on Process Integration, Modelling and Optimisation for Energy Saving and Pollution Reduction. Prague, Czeck Republic; 25-29 August 2018

 

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Cryogenics-Based Energy Storage: Cost Reduction through Exergoeconomics, 5th International Conference Contemporary Problems of Thermal Engineering Energy Systems in the Near Future: Energy, Exergy, Ecology and Economics, CPOTE 2018 Gliwice, Poland; 18-21. September 2018

2019:

Hamdy, S., Moser, F., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Exergy-Based and Economic Evaluation of Liquefaction Processes for Cryogenics Energy Storage. Energies 2019: Volume 12, 493: 1-18.

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Exergetic and economic assessment of integrated cryogenic energy storage systems. Cryogenics 2019: Volume 99: 39-50.

Hamdy, S., Morosuk, T., Tsatsaronis, G. Exergoeconomic Optimization of the Cryogenics-based Energy Storage System. Energy 2019: Volume 183: 812-824.

 

Master thesis supervisions: 

  • Zhichao Wu - Evaluation of liquid air energy storage with exergy-based methods
  • Francisco Moser - Exergy-based evaluation of air liquefaction processes for liquid air energy storage​
  • Youssef Ayad - Exergy-risk analysis of cryogenic energy storage systems
  • Rahul Sivakumar - Development of a simulation tool for the description of a solid state cold accumulator with PCM content in the temperature range between liquid air and room temperature
  • Bahaa Ahmed Abdelsadek Alhaddad - Exergy-based evaluation of liquid air energy storage with integration of LNG regasification​
  • Vignesh Babu Narayanan - Comparative exergy-based analysis of integrated cryogenic energy storage systems

 

 

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Dr. Sarah Hamdy