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An Integrated Simulation Study on Reliable and Effective Distributed Energy Resources in Smart Grid

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Author(s)

Sriharsha Mallapuram, Wei Yu, Paul Moulema, David W. Griffith, Nada T. Golmie, Fan Liang

Abstract

The smart grid, as a cyber-physical system, consists of both cyber subsystems (e.g., control, communication networks) and physical subsystems (e.g., power grid). As such, the investigation of the reliability, effectiveness, and impact of DERs on smart grid applications (demand- response, real time price, etc.) requires an integrated evaluation framework. In this paper, we design an integrated simulation platform to investigate the impact of DERs on smart grid applications (demand-response and energy market) under various adverse conditions, along with network architectures and protocols. Using real-world power equipment specifications and standard IEEE bus systems, we systematically evaluate the integration of DERs and the performance impact on demand response and energy markets with respect to uncertainties and different wireless network architectures and protocols. Our results are comprehensive, providing a concise representation of DER performance for the design and implementation of real smart grid system.
Proceedings Title
2017 International Conference on Research in Adaptive and Convergent Systems (RACS 2017)
Conference Dates
September 20-23, 2017
Conference Location
Krakow, PL

Citation

Mallapuram, S. , Yu, W. , Moulema, P. , Griffith, D. , Golmie, N. and Liang, F. (2017), An Integrated Simulation Study on Reliable and Effective Distributed Energy Resources in Smart Grid, 2017 International Conference on Research in Adaptive and Convergent Systems (RACS 2017), Krakow, PL, [online], https://doi.org/10.1145/3129676.3129684 (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created September 20, 2017, Updated October 12, 2021