Online integrated electricity-gas-hydrogen network modelling tool with advanced input-output graphical user interface

Decarbonisation of the entire Australian energy system requires the development of new computationally efficient tools. In particular, an integrated electricity, gas, and hydrogen system (IEGHS) modelling tool is currently being developed within the Future Fuels CRC project which is capable of investigating a wide array of decarbonisation scenarios, including injection/storage of renewable hydrogen/synthetic methane into the gas network. Critical to this modelling tool is the graphical user interface (GUI), for both input and output data and information, as well as to perform data analytics and interpretation of the output results.

This multi-disciplinary project will develop a GUI that works seamlessly with the IEGHS modelling tool, focusing on neat visualisation techniques of input data and results. The GUI will have the capability of calling the IEGHS tool in real-time. It will be the first of its kind in the industry, and the student will gain first-hand experience in developing tools that interact with advanced modelling.

The candidate is required to have excellent knowledge of programming, some background in data analytics, and ideally experience in one or more of the following programming languages: Python, Julia, and MATLAB.

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