ECN publication
Title:
CRISP - Requirements Specifications of Intelligent ICT Simulation Tools for Power Applications
 
Author(s):
Warmer, C.J.; Kester, J.C.P.; Kamphuis, I.G.; Fontela, Miguel; Carlsson, P; Gustavsson, R.
 
Published by: Publication date:
ECN Energy in the Built Environment 14-9-2007
 
ECN report number: Document type:
ECN-O--07-014 Other
 
Number of pages: Full text:
73 Download PDF  

Abstract:
This report, deliverable D2.1 in the CRISP project, serves as a preparation report for the development of simulation tools and prototype software which will be developed in forthcoming stages of the CRISP project. Application areas for these simulations are: fault detection and diagnosis, supply and demand matching and intelligent load shedding. The context in which these applications function is the power network with a high degree of distributed generation, including renewables. In order to control a so called distributed grid we can benefit from a high level of distributed control and intelligence. This requires, on top of the power system network, an information and communication network.. We argue that such a network should be seen as an enabler of distributed control and intelligence. The applications, through which control and intelligence is implemented, then form a third network layer, the service oriented network. Building upon this three-layered network model we derive in this report the requirements for a simulation tool and experiments which study new techniques for fault detection and diagnostics and for simulation tools and experiments implementing intelligent load shedding and supply and demand matching scenarios. We also look at future implementation of these services within the three-layered network model and the requirements that follow for the core information and communication network and for the service oriented network. These requirements, supported by the studies performed in the CRISP Workpackage 1, serve as a basis for development of the simulation tools in the tasks 2.2 to 2.4.


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