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Publication Type : Conference Paper
Publisher : in International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities, India Smart Grid Week, Delhi, India
Source : in International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities, India Smart Grid Week, Delhi, India , 2016.
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Engineering
Department : Electrical and Electronics
Year : 2016
Abstract : The smart grid is a highly complex system that is being formed from the traditional power grid, adding new and sophisticated communication and control devices. This will enable integrating new elements for distributed power generation and also achieving an increasingly automated operation so for actions of the utilities as for customers. In order to model such systems, a bottom-up method is followed, using only a few basic elements which are structured into two layers: a physical layer for the electrical power transmission and one logical layer for element communication. A simple case study is presented to analyze the possibilities of simulation. It shows a microgrid model with dynamic load management and an integrated approach that can process both electrical and communication flows.
Cite this Research Publication : P. Sivraj, Nithin S, and Dr. Sasi K. K., “Smart Microgrid Simulator”, in International Conference on Smart Grid and Smart Cities, India Smart Grid Week, Delhi, India , 2016.