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Simulation Platform for Smart Grids (Bachelorthesis)

21.03.2014

Martin Zellner


21.03.2014, 15:00, room 4981

Abstract:

With a growing amount of regenerative energy the power networks of the future are not only difficult to plan but also less centralized. Photovoltaic and wind turbines inject their power in less developed areas of the network. Intelligent consumers bring the possibility to adjust the power consumption dynamically.
Topic of the thesis is to create a physical model of a smart grid and to run power flow calculations on this model. Linked with a (separately developed) agent based approach of intelligent consumers the goal is a coupled CPS simulation of the physical model and an ICT model of intelligent consumers.