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Decentralized Frameworks for Future Power Systems: Operation, Planning and Control Perspectives

Editat de Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam, Reza Zamani, Hassan Haes Alhelou, Pierluigi Siano
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Decentralized Frameworks for Future Power Systems: Operation, Planning and Control Perspectives is the first book to consider the principles and applications of decentralized decision-making in future power networks. The work opens by defining the emerging power system network as a system-of-systems (SoS), exploring the guiding principles behind optimal solutions for operation and planning problems. Chapters emphasize the role of regulations, prosumption behaviors, and the implementation of transactive energy processes as key components in decentralizing power systems. Contributors explore local markets, distribution system operation and proactive load management. The role of cryptocurrencies in smoothing transactive distributional challenges are presented.
Final sections cover energy system planning, particularly in terms of consumer smart meter technologies and distributed optimization methods, including artificial intelligence, meta-heuristic, heuristic, mathematical and hybrid approaches. The work closes by considering decentralization across the cybersecurity, distributed control, market design and power quality optimization vertices.


  • Develops a novel framework for transactive energy management to enhance flexibility in future power systems
  • Explores interactions between multiple entities in local power markets based on a distributed optimization approach
  • Focuses on practical optimization, planning and control of smart grid systems towards decentralized decision-making
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780323916981
ISBN-10: 0323916988
Pagini: 500
Greutate: 0.66 kg
Editura: ELSEVIER SCIENCE

Public țintă

Primarily early career researchers at PhD and postdoctoral levels working on problems in future power systems and smart grids. Graduate students may also be interested in the work as ancillary reading material

Cuprins

Preface
Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam, Reza Zamani, Hassan Haes Alhelou and Pierluigi Siano
1. Energy Transformation and Decentralization in Future Power Systems
Fereidoon P. Sioshansi, Reza Zamani and Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam
2. 5D Giga Trends in Future Power Systems
Mohsen Parsa Moghaddam, Saeed Nasiri and Morteze Yousefian
3. Grid transformation driven by high uptake of Distributed Energy Resources – an Australian case study
Daniel Eghbal
4. Multi-Dimensional Method For Assessing Non-Wires Alternatives Within Distribution System Planning
Jason Taylor and Davis Montenegro
5. Green Approaches in Future Power Systems
Hamed Delkhosh and Mohsen Jorjani
6. Blockchain for future renewable energy
Jianguo Ding and Vahid Naserinia
7. Electricity Market issues in Future Power Systems
Ali Karimi, Nader Tarashandeh and Yousef Noorizadeh
8. Role of GameTheory in Future Decentralized Energy Frameworks
Waqas Amin, Qi Huang, Gooi Hoay Beng, Foo Yi Shyh Eddy, Khalid Umer and Muhammad Afzal
9. Towards Customer-Centric Power Grid: Residential EV Charging Simulator For Smart Homes
Miadreza Shafie-khah, Maarit Alanen and Anssi Jäntti
10. Equivalent Dynamic Modelling of Active Distribution Networks for TSO-DSO Interactions
Fabio D’Agostino, Francesco Conte and Federico Silvestro
11. Transactive control for residential demand-side management: lessons learned from non-cooperative game theory
Luciana Marques, Miguel Heleno and Wadaed Uturbey
12. Distributed Dynamic Algorithm for Energy Management in Smart Grids
Shailesh Wasti, Pablo Macedo, Shahab Afshar, James Griffin, Vahid R. Disfani and Pierluigi Siano
13. Decentralized Power Exchange Control Methods Among Subsystems in Future Power Network
Gevork B. Gharehpetian and Mahdi Zolfaghari
14. Peer-to-Peer Management of Energy Systems
Mahmud Fotuhi-Firuzabad, Sajjad Fattaheian-Dehkordi, Mahyar Tofighi-Milani and Fei Wang
15. False Data Injection Attack Against Distributed Demand Response
Thusitha Thilina Dayaratne, Carsten Rudolph, Ariel Liebman and Mahsa Salehi
16. Towards Building Decentralized Resilience Framework for Future Power Grid
Yaser Al Mtawa and Anwar Haque
17. Modeling and evaluation of power systems vulnerability against the hurricane
Amirhossein Nasri, Amir Abdollahi, Wei Peng and Masoud Rashidinejad