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-개최일시 : 2017년 11월 30일 목요일16:00 ~ 18:00
-개최장소 : 제 2공학관 B701호
-세미나 제목 : Modeling and Simulation Challenges for Future
-발표 초록 :
monitoring and control of future power system are expected to be characterized
by the distribution of functions and by the dependence on communications.
Distributed monitoring and control appear because of the intrinsic features of
new resources (generation and storage), because of the participation of loads
in the energy management and because of the need for fast, local reactivity for
dynamic control and protection. Given the finer granularity of the controllable
energy entities, and given the natural variability of some renewable sources,
the sensitivity to individual load variation is greater than in traditional
systems. Furthermore, the future energy grid is expected to incorporate
electrical, gas and heat networks, to achieve maximum usage of the available
energy in every form, and storage capacity particularly in thermal form.
a system level point of view the coupling of such diverse systems (energy and
communication, electrical, gas and heat) and related technologies (variety of
sensors, actuators, controllers) create an unprecedented design challenge. In
particular, physical devices should be tested in the complexity of the
environment in which they will operate, as the standardized laboratory tests do
not permit the observation of the actual influences to and from the environment
and other devices.
mentioned before future power system will be characterized by the distribution
of control and monitoring functions, and by the remote coordination of its
components. This leads to an increasingly relevant role of the communication
infrastructure and to a heavier dependence of the performance of the entire
system on the performance of the communications. Effects such as time delay,
packet loss, packet corruption, disconnections, packet re-ordering, jittering,
etc. may affect the timely, stable reaction of power components and control.
Conversely the operating mode of the power components affects the traffic,
delay, etc. of the communication network.
are to be expected between the models used in the design process and the field
conditions and between the model of the designed device and the real device.
Hence, physical realizations must be tested in most realistic settings at the
greatest possible extent prior to deployment. In this context incremental
prototyping tools have to be considered a fundamental tool to support the
development of new products. As consequence real-time simulation, Hardware in
the Loop and Power Hardware in the Loop technique are expected to play a
-강연자 : Andrea Benigni /
University of South Carolina, USA
-초청자 : 전기전자공학과 교수 신용준