D-JRA2.1 Simulator coupling and Smart Grid libraries

Edmund Widl, Michael Spiegel, Cyndi Moyo, Thomas Strasser, Arjen van der Meer, Peter Palensky, Rishabh Bhandia, A. Emhemed, M. Syed, Oliver Gehrke, D. E. Morales Bondy, C Steinbrink, M. Blank, A. Stathakis, T. Sarris, Panos Kotsampopoulos, N. Akroud, I. O. Sagarduy, V. H. Nguyen, D. MonetaC. Sandroni, S. Corti, S. Uski, L. Matti, P. Chodura, R. Brandl, Q. T. Tran, B. Lazpita, T. Delaplagne

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Work package JRA2 focuses on the development of advanced simulation-based methods to checkand validate smart grid scenarios, configurations and corresponding applications. The main aim isto employ offline simulation of scenarios where a combination of parallel processing, advanced optimization techniques, and design-of-experiments is used to master the system complexity. Secondary targets include the development of methods for HIL application as well as for the assessment of cyber-security concepts. This assessment will cover the following smart grid properties:system stability, system scalability, component interoperability, and information security. Eventuallyit is the goal to explore the operational limits and the sensitivity of these system properties towardssystem parameters.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEuropean Commission H2020
Number of pages89
Publication statusPublished - 22 May 2017


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