November 5th, 2012 | Published in Research
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The research project of TECO in Software Campus 2011: Distributed Autonomic Control Systems for Decentralized Energy Markets (VDAR), which proposes hybrid approaches with distributed control loops to realize a real-time controlled energy market model through interacting with physical power systems.
To address this problem, our research proposal focuses on a feedback control model to interconnect the physical grid and the economic market in a decoupled control loop. The proposed control loop consists of two subsystems, namely an Optimal Power Flow (OPF)-based physical system and a Continuous Double Auction (CDA)-based economic system. A dynamic coefficient matrix generated by the Locational Marginal Pricing (LMP) algorithm is adopted for the market clearing mechanism to account for the real-time power flow and transmission constraints.
Figure 1: VDAR system architecture
01/07/2012 – 30/06/2014
Industrial partner of TECO
distributed feedback control, energy market modeling, anytime prediction, service-oriented architecture, optimal power flow, continuous double auction, locational marginal pricing
Yong Ding, firstname.lastname@example.org
- VDAR as one of the BMBF’s exhibits of the topic “Digitale Energie” at CeBIT 2014
Figure 2: VDAR CeBIT exhibit
- Integrating Future Decentralized Power Markets and Grids – Yong Ding and Matthias Budde, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
- Gamification for Local Power Saving and Global Load Shaping in Future Smart Energy Systems – Matthias Budde, Yong Ding, Bolun Zhang, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany, Tsinghua University, China