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Smart Grids Co-Simulations: Survey Research Directions [article]

Peter Mihal, Martin Schvarcbacher, Bruno Rossi, Tomáš Pitner
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we provide a scoping review of research of co-simulations in the context of Smart Grids: i) research areas and research problems addressed by co-simulations, ii) specific co-simulation aspects  ...  Based on the results, we discuss research directions of future SG co-simulation research in each of the identified areas.  ...  Acknowledgments The research was supported from ERDF/ESF "CyberSecurity, CyberCrime and Critical Information Infrastructures Center of Excellence" (No. CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16 019/0000822).  ... 
arXiv:2109.02349v1 fatcat:22sqq4ut7rfxpppuivofbmvqla

Novel Simulation Approaches for Smart Grids

Eleftherios Tsampasis, Lambros Sarakis, Helen Leligou, Theodore Zahariadis, John Garofalakis
2016 Journal of Sensor and Actuator Networks  
This approach of hybrid simulation/co-simulation of (a) smart power grids; (b) smart buildings, which are of significant importance for the performance of city distribution grids; and (c) cyber-physical  ...  In this paper, we review current smart grid simulators and approaches for building and user behavior modeling, and present a federated smart grid simulation framework, in which building, control and user  ...  Author Contributions: Eleftherios Tsampasis worked on the smart grid co-simulation platforms assessment, on the implementation of the testbed for the validation of key functionality of the proposed system  ... 
doi:10.3390/jsan5030011 fatcat:iay4rblwdndwvfwm4np4pfzyu4

Smart Grid Testing Management Platform (SGTMP)

Martin Schvarcbacher, Katarína Hrabovská, Bruno Rossi, Tomáš Pitner
2018 Applied Sciences  
The Smart Grid (SG) is nowadays an essential part of modern society, providing two-way energy flow and smart services between providers and customers.  ...  We discuss the context of usage, the system architecture, the interactive web-based interface, the provided API, and the integration with co-simulations frameworks to provide virtualized environments for  ...  The Mosaik Co-Simulation Framework Mosaik is an open-source co-simulation framework written primarily in Python [20, 21] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/app8112278 fatcat:lhdm4xgtfre4dn6iv7stlmiz64

Simulation-Based Validation of Smart Grids – Status Quo and Future Research Trends [chapter]

C. Steinbrink, S. Lehnhoff, S. Rohjans, T. I. Strasser, E. Widl, C. Moyo, G. Lauss, F. Lehfuss, M. Faschang, P. Palensky, A. A. van der Meer, K. Heussen (+13 others)
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper discusses the current state of simulation-based approaches and outlines the necessary future research and development directions in the domain of power and energy systems.  ...  Due to recent developments, simulation-based approaches are now an appropriate tool to support the development, implementation, and roll-out of smart grid solutions.  ...  Future Research Needs and Directions Simulation techniques are essential in the engineering and validation of smart grid system development.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-64635-0_13 fatcat:uv5t6adzova4hlc36xwijumsk4

Using power-hardware-in-the-loop experiments together with co-simulation for the holistic validation of cyber-physical energy systems

Van Hoa Nguyen, Yvon Besanger, Quoc Tuan Tran, Cedric Boudinnet, Tung Lam Nguyen, Ron Brandl, Thomas I. Strasser
2017 2017 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT-Europe)  
from different domains, create a complete and high performance environment to achieve a holistic approach for smart grid validation and roll out.  ...  In this paper, two modern ways of modeling and simulating complex cyber-physical energy systems are considered: Co-simulation and Power-Hardware-in-the-Loop experiments.  ...  of researcher from different domains to study, in a holistic manner, the cyber-physical energy system (i.e., smart grid).  ... 
doi:10.1109/isgteurope.2017.8260122 dblp:conf/isgteurope/NguyenBTBNBS17 fatcat:5qpjwdl7szgarne4yxg2vyemde

Survey of Simulation Tools to Assess Techno-Economic Benefits of Smart Grid Technology in Integrated T&D Systems

Fernando Salinas-Herrera, Ali Moeini, Innocent Kamwa
2022 Sustainability  
This work presents a literature survey of existing simulation tools to assess the techno-economic benefits of smart grid technologies in integrated T&D systems.  ...  We include the state-of-the-art tools and categorize them in their multiple aspects, cover smart grid technology, approach methods, and research topics, and include (or complete) the analysis with other  ...  In a later stage, these smart grid solutions should be implemented in the integrated T&D analysis. Furthermore, several future directions are proposed in the surveyed literature.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14138108 fatcat:2lah5uqrfjeepn64zr45xkeeoq

Flexible residential smart grid simulation framework

Wang Xiang, Thomas Kunz, Marc St-Hilaire
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Smart Energy Grid Engineering (SEGE)  
grid programs.  ...  The simulation results of traditional usage yield close matching values compared to surveyed real life consumption records.  ...  To utilize existing tools and models for a collective smart grid simulation, co-simulation method is used in some researches.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sege.2013.6707902 fatcat:mgvnaxfin5efnny6vxs5g3cjom

Wireless Sensor Network Based Smart Grid Communications: Challenges, Protocol Optimizations, and Validation Platforms

Sana Rekik, Nouha Baccour, Mohamed Jmaiel, Khalil Drira
2017 Wireless personal communications  
However, the different proposed co-simulators are not yet widely used by researchers.  ...  Different smart grid co-simulation platforms were proposed, including [40, 70, 41] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-017-4038-1 fatcat:umijcsy74zfttba2yq6xosaffi

Software Architectures for Smart Grid System—A Bibliographical Survey

Ramesh Ananthavijayan, Prabhakar Karthikeyan Shanmugam, Sanjeevikumar Padmanaban, Jens Holm-Nielsen, Frede Blaabjerg, Viliam Fedak
2019 Energies  
Smart grid architecture should also be modular, flexible, and adaptable to technology upgrades. In this paper, the authors have made a comprehensive review of architectures for smart grids.  ...  Also presented is a set of smart grid Reference Architectures dealing with cross domain technology.  ...  panel to develop additional standards [11] IEC 61499-based • Load Balancing algorithm • Intelligent fault management algorithms Embedded controller (ARM based TS-7800 and verified using co-simulation  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12061183 fatcat:wmdjrmjlqvannhxzg2gthw5624

Modelling End-User Behavior and Behavioral Change in Smart Grids. An Application of the Model of Frame Selection

Sebastian Hoffmann, Fabian Adelt, Johannes Weyer
2020 Energies  
distribution grids (i.e., smart grid scenarios).  ...  This paper presents an agent-based model (ABM) for residential end-users, which is part of a larger, interdisciplinary co-simulation framework that helps to investigate the performance of future power  ...  An Interdisciplinary Co-Simulation Framework for Future Power Distribution Grids The co-simulation framework presents the results of an interdisciplinary research project ("Collaborative Data and Risk  ... 
doi:10.3390/en13246674 fatcat:5bw2xecoqzhpvlxexw43u6rq5e

Real-Time Simulation and Hardware-in-the-Loop Approaches for Integrating Renewable Energy Sources into Smart Grids: Challenges & Actions [article]

Van Hoa Nguyen, Yvon Besanger, Quoc Tuan Tran, Tung Lam Nguyen, Cederic Boudinet, Ron Brandl, Frank Marten, Achilleas Markou, Panos Kotsampopoulos, Arjen A. van der Meer, Effren Guillo-Sansano, Georg Lauss, Thomas I. Strasser, Kai Heussen
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Subsequently, the paper highlights challenges that need specific attention as well as ongoing actions and further research directions.  ...  The integration of distributed renewable energy sources and the multi-domain behaviours inside the cyber-physical energy system (smart grids) draws up major challenges.  ...  In the domain of smart grid nowadays, the co-simulation approach is often used to couple a power system simulator and a communication simulator.  ... 
arXiv:1710.02306v1 fatcat:aheb3bteljbsdips6dbv62axw4

Systematic review of features for co‐simulating security incidents in Cyber‐Physical Systems

Ricardo M. Czekster, Charles Morisset, John A. Clark, Sadegh Soudjani, Charalampos Patsios, Peter Davison
2021 Security and Privacy  
Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) and Internet-of-Things (IoT) plus energy are the enabling technology of modern power systems also known as the Smart Grid (SG).  ...  We present a systematic review of features and tools for co-simulating these concerns in CPS.  ...  Centre Research Programme (ABC RP).  ... 
doi:10.1002/spy2.150 fatcat:mcrafuc2tnbqnmsywuniygcbcq

Transmission and distribution co-simulation: a review and propositions

Seyed Masoud Mohseni-Bonab, Ali Hajebrahimi, Innocent Kamwa, Ali Moeini
2020 IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution  
In this study, the authors present a literature survey of existing ITDS co-simulation frameworks along co-optimisation in ITDS.  ...  To solve this problem, most of the studies connect distinct simulators to create a novel co-simulation framework for ITDS.  ...  Our survey results could be used to aid researchers in setting up new simulations, choosing adequate compositions of simulators or expand existing co-simulation platforms.  ... 
doi:10.1049/iet-gtd.2020.0244 fatcat:pj7tguc22va4fka6chxu5zr6ki

Review of Challenges and Research Opportunities for Voltage Control in Smart Grids

Hongbin Sun, Qinglai Guo, Junjian Qi, Venkataramana Ajjarapu, Richard Bravo, Joe Chow, Zhengshuo Li, Rohit Moghe, Ehsan Nasr-Azadani, Ujjwol Tamrakar, Glauco N. Taranto, Reinaldo Tonkoski (+3 others)
2019 IEEE Transactions on Power Systems  
In this paper, we review the emerging challenges and research opportunities for voltage control in smart grids.  ...  In addition, the motivation, state-of-art, and future directions of the coordination of transmission system operators (TSO) and distribution system operators (DSO) are also thoroughly discussed.  ...  In order to investigate the true impact of DER var support on transmission performance, T-D co-simulation is required [142] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tpwrs.2019.2897948 fatcat:tp7bmcpf7fdahfgzinxt6tsqki

Impact of Interdisciplinary Research on Planning, Running, and Managing Electromobility as a Smart Grid Extension

Alfredo D'elia, Fabio Viola, Federico Montori, Marco Di Felice, Luca Bedogni, Luciano Bononi, Alberto Borghetti, Paolo Azzoni, Paolo Bellavista, Daniele Tarchi, Randolf Mock, Tullio Salmon Cinotti
2015 IEEE Access  
INDEX TERMS Smart grid, co-simulation, electro mobility, power distribution, service infrastructure, Internet of Things, arrowhead. 2 Courtesy of Matthias Popp -Storage for a secure Power Supply from Wind  ...  In particular, this paper presents some of the results obtained by us in several European projects that refer to the development of a traffic and power network co-simulation tool for electro mobility planning  ...  Riccardo Bottura (Univ. of Bologna) for his help in the development of the co-simulation platform, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2015.2499118 fatcat:vws5dwokwndefpcwriajc22axy
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