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Controlling active low voltage distribution grids with minimum efforts on costs and engineering
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The proposed control concepts for the transformer's on-load-tap-changer (OLTC) are in detail discussed along with first experiences from simulations of some of these concepts. Expand
Simulation of the effect of demand side management to the power consumption of households
  • F. Zeilinger
  • Economics
  • Proceedings of the 3rd International Youth…
  • 7 July 2011
A simulation model was developed in order to answer the questions that arise especially in the household sector with an implementation of Demand Side Management (DSM). This model can reproduce theExpand
Performance testing Smart Grid applications using a distributed co-simulation approach
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This paper demonstrates how Smart Grid applications can be tested using a co-simulation approach by measuring the time required for data transmission in a case study and investigates the costs of such an approach. Expand
Active distribution management vs. selective automation for urban distribution grids
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This contribution will focus on a developed tool to provide the possibility of comparison and evaluation of complete different selective restructuring and operation measures of distribution grids with selective smart grid technologies, like active distribution management or selective automation. Expand
MICRO GRIDS IN AUSTRIA ? RESULTS OF ADRES CONCEPT
The integrated concept ADRES shall point out the future of energy supply using intelligent, regenerative and efficient energy systems (Autonomous Decentralized Regenerative Energy Systems – ADRES).Expand
Balancing in low voltage grids to increase decentralized generation
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This paper discusses the amount of photovoltaic generation (PV), which could be installed in a low voltage grid, if smart balancing algorithms were applied to the PV inverters, and the effectiveness of the proposed algorithms is discussed. Expand
Optimal capacity management applied to a low voltage distribution grid in a local peer-to-peer energy community
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A methodology to optimally share the available grid capacity among customer assets connected within a low voltage distribution grid by using an Optimal Capacity Management system which generates limiting profiles at the points of common couplings of various controllable devices in the grid. Expand
Grid Capacity Management for peer-to-peer Local Energy Communities
This paper aims to present a methodology, which can be used by local energy communities to enable a peer-topeer energy market. With the increase in distributed energy resources such as photovoltaicExpand
ANALYSIS TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF GRID MANAGEMENT MEASURES USING TIME DOMAIN CALCULATIONS
In order to compare the impact of passive (like net work restructuring) or active (like on-load-tap-changer) grid management measures a novel tool was developed, which performs specific load flowExpand