Tutorial 1 – Co-Simulation of Cyber Physical Energy Systems – From Black-Box Model Exchange to Design of Experiments

The aim of the tutorial is to offer attendees the basics of co-simulation with examples of applications in ICT-driven Smart Grid analysis. Co-Simulation based approaches should be utilized to develop, test and verify paradigms for next generation monitoring, control and operation of energy systems. The co-simulation approach usually involves the integration of two or more simulators to capture the cyber physical dependency of a process.

23rd February 2016
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Tutorial 3 – High Frequency Power Quality

The tutorial “High frequency power quality” gives an in-depth view on the current research conducted on emission and immunity issues in the frequency range 2 kHz – 150 kHz. This frequency range, used for narrow band power line communication (PLC) knows limited standards, but is on the other hand over-crowded with switching harmonics. Due to the increasing number of switching power electronic devices on the grid (grid connected inverters, switched…

23rd February 2016
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Tutorial 4 – Information-centric communication infrastructure for real-time state estimation of distribution networks using PMUs

Distribution system operation can largely be improved by the availability of the accurate and real-time knowledge of the system state, facilitated by the use of Phasor Measurement Units. In that respect, a critical challenge is the lack of a scalable and resilient communication infrastructure for timely (i.e. sub-second) delivery of high volume of UTC-synchronized and continuous synchrophasor measurements, collected from different locations. The aim of this tutorial is to present…

23rd February 2016
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