Using the demandlib you can create heat and electrical profiles by scaling the BDEW profiles to your desired annual demand.
The BDEW profiles are the standard load profiles from BDEW.
Heat profiles are created according to the approach described in the BDEW guideline.
The method was originally established this PhD Thesis at TU Munich.
The approach for generating heat demand profiles is described in section 4.1 (Synthetic load profile approach).
: Kundenwert (customer value). Daily consumption of customer at
, depending on SLP type and Temperature timeseries.
h: h-Wert (h-value) , depending on SLP type and daily mean temperature.
F: Wochentagsfaktor (week day factor), depending on SLP type and day of the week.
T: Daily mean temperature 2 meters above the ground (simple mean or “geometric series”, which means a weighted sum over the previous days).
SF: Stundenfaktor (hour factor)
The geometric series approach is meant to account for thermal inertia.
Depending on the profile type, different coefficients A, B, C, D for the sigmoid function are used.
Types of houses:
EFH: Einfamilienhaus (single family house)
MFH: Mehrfamilienhaus (multi family house)
GMK: Metall und Kfz (metal and automotive)
GHA: Einzel- und Großhandel (retail and wholesale)
GKO: Gebietskörperschaften, Kreditinstitute und Versicherungen (Local authorities, credit institutions and insurance companies)
GBD: sonstige betriebliche Dienstleistung (other operational services)
GGA: Gaststätten (restaurants)
GBH: Beherbergung (accommodation)
GWA: Wäschereien, chemische Reinigungen (laundries, dry cleaning)
GGB: Gartenbau (horticulture)
GBA: Backstube (bakery)
GPD: Papier und Druck (paper and printing)
GMF: haushaltsähnliche Gewerbebetriebe (household-like business enterprises)
GHD: Summenlastprofil Gewerbe/Handel/Dienstleistungen (Total load profile Business/Commerce/Services)