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Domestic electricity use: A high-resolution energy demand model
The pattern of electricity use in an individual domestic dwelling is highly dependent upon the activities of the occupants and their associated use of electrical appliances. This paper presents aExpand
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Online wind turbine fault detection through automated SCADA data analysis
This paper describes a set of anomaly-detection techniques and their applicability to wind turbine fault identification. It explains how the anomaly-detection techniques have been adopted to analyseExpand
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Application of Auto-Regressive Models to U.K. Wind Speed Data for Power System Impact Studies
Scientific research to characterize the long-term wind energy resource is plentiful. However, if the impact of wind power on the electric power system is the goal of modeling, consideration must beExpand
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A wind-powered seawater reverse-osmosis system without batteries
The development of small-scale stand-alone desalination systems is important to communities on islands and in isolated inland areas. In such places, electricity supplies are often expensive andExpand
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Impact of widespread photovoltaics generation on distribution systems
Prompted by the need for clean energy sources, increasing numbers of photovoltaic (PV) generators are being connected to electricity distribution systems around the world. There is thus a growingExpand
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The evolution of electricity demand and the role for demand side participation, in buildings and transport
This paper explores the possible evolution of UK electricity demand as we move along three potential transition pathways to a low carbon economy in 2050. The shift away from fossil fuels through theExpand
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Smart control for minimizing distribution network reinforcement cost due to electrification
Electrification of transport fleets and heating sectors is seen as one of the key strategies to further reduce the use of fossil fuels and the resulting greenhouse gas emissions. However, it willExpand
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Predicting islanding operation of grid connected PV inverters
Increasing numbers of photovoltaic arrays are being connected to the power utility through power electronic inverters. This has raised potential problems of network protection. If, due to the actionExpand
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A small-scale seawater reverse-osmosis system with excellent energy efficiency over a wide operating range
A small-scale seawater reverse-osmosis system with excellent energy efficiency is presented. The system promises to deliver up to 460 l/h of potable water, from seawater (at 40,000 ppm), whileExpand
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Towards an Assessment of Power System Frequency Support From Wind Plant—Modeling Aggregate Inertial Response
  • L. Wu, D. Infield
  • Engineering
  • IEEE Transactions on Power Systems
  • 29 January 2013
With increasing wind penetration, it is likely that wind power plant will be expected to provide frequency response in support of the power system, in particular some form of inertial response. InExpand
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