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Development of a controller implementing the energy-planning phase of Triana using the Flexible Power Application Infrastructure

Dagioglou, S. (2014) Development of a controller implementing the energy-planning phase of Triana using the Flexible Power Application Infrastructure.

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Abstract:The purpose of this internship was to explore the possibilities of designing and implementing a controller that executes the planning phase of Triana using the FPAI framework. The usefulness for both the FPAI team of TNO and the research group of UT was to have an indication whether the FPAI framework provides the tools for creating the desired interoperability for DSM systems, since there was only one DSM implementation based on FPAI, that of Powermatcher. It was found that FPAI can provide all information regarding the flexibility of a device that the Planning phase of Triana demands. This internship was focused on the implementation of the planning algorithm for the devices of Buffer Control Space primarily as well as of Time Shifter Control Space and Uncontrolled Control Space. Further research can be done to make a quantitative comparison between the implementations of Powermatcher and Triana when implemented using the FPAI framework. Finally it is important to mention that for a full implementation of Triana’s algorithm based on FPAI, additional components need to be developed for the execution of the Forecasting and the Real-time Control phases, which could also be subjects for future internships and/or master theses.
Item Type:Internship Report (Master)
Clients:
TNO, the Netherlands
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:52 mechanical engineering
Programme:Sustainable Energy Technology MSc (60443)
Keywords:Smart Grids, Demand Side Management, Triana, Flexible Power Application Infrastructure
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/69263
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