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GR-06 - ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA

Locally Distributed Real-Time Co-simulation Infrastructure applied to real Smart-Grid scenarios

keywords CO-SIMULATION TECHNIQUES, DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM, DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS, HARDWARE IN THE LOOP, MULTI-ENERGY-SYSTEM, NETWORKING, SIMULATION, SMART CITITES, SMART GRID, SMART GRIDS

Reference persons LORENZO BOTTACCIOLI, EDOARDO PATTI

External reference persons Abouzar Estebsari (estebsaa@lsbu.ac.uk),
Luca Barbierato (luca.barbierato@polito.it)

Research Groups ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA, Energy Center Lab, GR-06 - ELECTRONIC DESIGN AUTOMATION - EDA, ICT4SS - ICT FOR SMART SOCIETIES

Thesis type EXPERIMENTAL/MODELLING

Description One of the main objectives of the Energy Center LAB initiative consists on designing a Multi-Energy-System (MES) Co-Simulation Platform able to qualitatively and quantitatively solve energetic transition scenarios [1]. The co-simulation infrastructure of Energy Center Lab will integrate different Digital Real-time Simulator (DRTS), such as RTDS Technologies and OpalRT, that provides power systems simulation technology for fast, reliable, accurate and cost-effective study of power systems. DRTS permits also to interconnect real hardware components to test their functionalities in simulated complex smart grid scenarios. This co-simulation approach is called Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL). The aims of the thesis consist on:
1. State of the Art analysis of the Power HIL (PHIL) Interface Algorithm (IA)
2. Implement a frequency stability analysis of different PHIL IA from a control system engineering perspective
3. Familiarize with two different DRTS commercial solution: OpalRT and RTDS Technology
4. Familiarize with the two software that control the commercial DRTS: RT-LAB and RSCAD
5. Familiarize with the Energy Center LAB Local Distributed Real-Time Co-simulation Infrastructure and its main technology pillars
6. Propose a Smart Grid scenario that will be run in standalone on both DRTS, and in a co-simulative environment by splitting it in two DRTS
7. Assess the time-domain accuracy and frequency-domain accuracy of the co-simulated Smart Grid scenario with respect to the standalone result
8. Propose a newer PHIL IA to reduce the effect of the non-linearities generated by the interconnection of the DRTS in the Energy Center LAB Local Distributed Real-Time Co-simulation Infrastructure

[1] P. Mancarella. MES (Multi-Energy Systems): An overview of concepts and evaluation models. Energy, 65:117, 2014.


Deadline 14/10/2023      PROPONI LA TUA CANDIDATURA




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