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Evaluation of interactions between multiple grid operators based on sparse grid knowledge in context of a smart grid co-simulation environment

M. Vogt, F. Marten, L. Löwer, D. Horst, K. Brauns, D. Fetzer, J.H. Menke, M. Troncia, J. Hegemann, Ch. Tobermann, M. Braun

11th IEEE PowerTech Conference - PowerTech 2015, Eindhoven (Países Bajos). 29 junio - 02 julio 2015


Resumen:

This paper presents a co-simulation environment for testing different operation, control and aggregation strategies on a power network model with multiple voltage levels. In particular this environment, called “OpSim”, is used to investigate the question of how multiple grid operators - controlling different voltage levels and / or grid areas - could interact in a future grid scenario with a high amount of renewable energy resources. First the architecture of “OpSim” is presented, which uses a message bus to connect and synchronize multiple simulators, representing the grid, as well as grid operators strategies. Second, a proof-of-concept is demonstrated in which an interaction between multiple grid operators is investigated. The message rate between simulation components is evaluated and results indicate that a stable simulation operation is possible. Finally, the further development stages of “OpSim” are explained, as well as a first application with industrial partners.


Palabras clave: co-simulation, time domain analysis, smart grids, voltage control


DOI: DOI icon https://doi.org/10.1109/PTC.2015.7232781

Fecha de publicación: junio 2015.



Cita:
Vogt, M., Marten, F., Löwer, L., Horst, D., Brauns, K., Fetzer, D., Menke, J.H., Troncia, M., Hegemann, J., Tobermann, Ch., Braun, M., Evaluation of interactions between multiple grid operators based on sparse grid knowledge in context of a smart grid co-simulation environment, 11th IEEE PowerTech Conference - PowerTech 2015, Eindhoven (Países Bajos). 29 junio - 02 julio 2015.

IIT-15-230C

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