Adaptive Monitoring and Control Architectures for Power Distribution Grids over Heterogeneous ICT Networks

Rasmus Løvenstein Olsen, Christian Hägerling, Fabian M. Kurtz, Florin Iov, Christian Wietfield

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The expected growth in distributed generation will significantly affect the operation and control of today’s distribution grids. Being confronted with short time power variations of distributed generations, the assurance of a reliable service (grid stability, avoidance of energy losses) and the quality of the power may become costly. In this light, Smart Grids may provide an answer towards a more active and efficient electrical network. The EU project SmartC2Net aims to enable smart grid operations over imperfect, heterogeneous general purpose networks which poses a significant challenge to the reliability due to the stochastic behaviour found in such networks. Therefore, key concepts are presented in this paper targeting the support of proper smart grid control in these network environments. An overview on the required Information and Communication Technology (ICT) architecture and its functionality is provided and a description of one of several use cases, the External Generation Site is detailed along its evaluation approach.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer3
TidsskriftJournal of Communication, Navigation, Sensing and Services
Vol/bind1
Udgave nummer2
Sider (fra-til)151-180
ISSN2246-2120
DOI
StatusUdgivet - maj 2014

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