D-JRA2.2 Smart Grid ICT Assessment Method

Edmund Widl, Michael Spiegel, Mislav Findrik, Argon Bajraktari, Rishabh Bhandia, Cornelius Steinbrink, Kai Heussen, Tue Vissing Jensen, Panagiotis Mantafounis, Aris Dimeas, Matti Laukkanen, Poria Divshali, Van Hoa Nguyen, N. Akroud, Przemyslaw Chodura

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Work Package JRA2 has developed advanced simulation-based methods to check and validateSmart Grid scenarios, configurations and applications. The required models cover the various partsof Smart Grids, such as power system infrastructures, control algorithms, communication systems,market aspects or/and external factors like weather and people. The challenge is that the individualmodels of these parts are of very different nature (continuous, discrete, stochastic, etc.). From thetechnical perspective, this challenge has been overcome with the help of offline co-simulation, wherethe most suitable simulation tools for all considered domain can be coupled via the Functional Mockup Interface specification. From the methodological perspective, this challenge has been addressedby basing the work in JRA2 on ERIGrid’s holistic testing procedure.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEuropean Commission H2020
Commissioning bodyEuropean Commisssion
Number of pages94
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019


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