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Large-scale smart grids as system of systems

Jennifer Pérez, Jessica Díaz, Juan Garbajosa, Agustín Yagüe, Eloy Gonzalez, Mercedes Lopez-Perea
2013 Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Software Engineering for Systems-of-Systems - SESoS '13  
In addition, the paper defines the architectural framework for deploying the software architectures of Large-Scale Smart Grid SoS.  ...  From the experience in several projects about Large-Scale Smart Grids, this paper defines Large-Scale Smart Grids as a SoS that integrate a set of SoS and conceptualizes the properties of this SoS.  ...  This architectural framework is a first step for defining an architecture of reference for Large-Scale Smart Grid SoS.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2489850.2489858 dblp:conf/ecoop/PerezDGYGL13 fatcat:muhrlnpbybbz3elfipbneduiou

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  
Also presented is a set of smart grid Reference Architectures dealing with cross domain technology.  ...  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.  ...  Smart grid software architecture is characterized as a large scale, multi-disciplinary, highly interconnected, data driven system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en12061183 fatcat:wmdjrmjlqvannhxzg2gthw5624

From Smart Grids to an Energy Internet: (A Review Paper on Key Features of an Energy Internet)

Rozina R. Surani, Vishwakarma Government Engineering College, Gujarat, India
2019 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
In future smart electric grids, large-scale deployment of distributed energy resources (DERs), renewable generation units such as wind turbine and photovoltaic generation are expected.  ...  To obtain reliability and security, every stakeholder of energy delivery has to cooperate and interact with each other. Of course future of Smart Grids is an Energy Internet.  ...  of scattered large scale distributed energy systems. ➢ EI refers to energy sharing and exchanging information bidirectional, while smart grid refers one-way communication i.e. from top to bottom. ➢ EI  ... 
doi:10.17577/ijertv8is040215 fatcat:j5mzkscrpjh4hfhzxr4r2vnnmi

Mapping of Self-organization Properties and Non-functional Requirements in Smart Grids [chapter]

Sebastian Lehnhoff, Sebastian Rohjans, Richard Holzer, Florian Niedermeier, Hermann de Meer
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this position paper the authors describe the well-established process of use case based derivation of non-functional requirements in energy systems and propose a mapping strategy for aligning properties  ...  Future electrical power networks will be composed of large collections of autonomous components.  ...  The Smart Grid Reference Architecture The ISO/IEC 42010 defines a reference architecture as a description of a system's structure in terms of interactions between its element types and their environment  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-54140-7_16 fatcat:c5uyqh72rfcidganqpkaplecfu

Service-Oriented Reference Architecture for Smart Cities

S. J. Clement, D. W. McKee, Jie Xu
2017 2017 IEEE Symposium on Service-Oriented System Engineering (SOSE)  
In this paper we propose a service oriented reference architecture for smart cities which can tackle these problems and identify some related open research questions.  ...  However, as of yet there, is no holistic architecture on which to integrate these systems into a smart city.  ...  A reference architecture for smart cities incorporating the viewpoints of the traditional city infrastructure, services and business roles.  ... 
doi:10.1109/sose.2017.29 dblp:conf/sose/ClementMX17 fatcat:hfitxnwq4ngr3pcgnwqr647ggi

Towards modeling future energy infrastructures — the ELECTRA system engineering approach

Mathias Uslar, Kai Heussen
2016 2016 IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference Europe (ISGT-Europe)  
From the original envisioned use of the standards, we show a possible transfer on how to properly deal with a Greenfield approach when modeling.  ...  Within this contribution, we provide an overview based on previous work conducted in the ELECTRA project to come up with a consistent method for modeling the ELECTRA WoC approach according to the methods  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors would like to thank the reviewers as well as the partners from the ELECTRA project for the meaningful contributions to this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/isgteurope.2016.7856305 dblp:conf/isgteurope/UslarH16 fatcat:tiapl4blmjaz3b3z26tkf3v5ne

Smart Grid - a reliability perspective

Khosrow Moslehi, Ranjit Kumar
2010 2010 Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT)  
This leap toward a "smarter" grid is now widely referred to as "smart grid".  ...  This architecture supports a multitude of geographically and temporally coordinated hierarchical monitoring and control actions over time scales from milliseconds and up.  ...  This leap toward a "smarter" grid is now widely referred to as "smart grid".  ... 
doi:10.1109/isgt.2010.5434765 fatcat:g7yu3zzwhbhm5czpfwwrxynj6u

Smart Home Energy Management - the Future of Energy Conservation: A Review

Yadu Krishnan, Sir M Visvesvaraya Institute of Technology, Bengaluru
2020 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
Smart grid systems are envisioned to be a part of this effort towards a better utilization of energy production and distribution infrastructure.  ...  The study will discuss about the development of HEMS associated with smart grid technology distinguishing its features from the traditional methods and hence suggesting a framework for improving the power  ...  REFERENCES Fig 1 : 1 Basic Layout of an Electrical Grid Fig 2 : 2 Characteristics of a Traditional System vs Smart Grid System Fig 3: Elements of a Smart Home Fig 5 : 5 Overall architecture of a  ... 
doi:10.17577/ijertv9is070134 fatcat:4bcv5omz3neh3hlbry3svftdza

Architecture-driven smart grid security management

Markus Kammerstetter, Lucie Langer, Florian Skopik, Wolfgang Kastner
2014 Proceedings of the 2nd ACM workshop on Information hiding and multimedia security - IH&MMSec '14  
We therefore propose an architecture-driven security management approach for smart grids which goes beyond a mere abstract view without focusing too much on technical details.  ...  Existing approaches have been either restricted to very specific components of the smart grid (e.g., smart meters), or provide a high-level view only.  ...  We argue that these issues can only be solved by a national smart grid reference architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2600918.2600937 dblp:conf/ih/KammerstetterLSK14 fatcat:dokupfrrlndolbf5plfb7ereha

An Innovative Architecture for the Distribution Framework of Smart Grid with Renewable Sources and Power Storage

Md Mamun Ur Rashid, Md Maidul Islam
2017 Asia Pacific Journal of Energy and Environment  
In this paper, we have introduced and modeled a new architecture for a community smart grid, where an information center is established as the controller of the community power grid.  ...  Smart grid is a new highly integrated power grid which refers to the next generation power grid, with advanced features and two-way flow of electricity and communication.  ...  Subsequently, near the large commercial wind turbines, small scale turbines are also available for residential scale use installed on a roof.  ... 
doi:10.18034/apjee.v4i1.238 fatcat:6ylq6iqsnvfxro7ppkhgpfkyza

Smart Grids

Peter Palensky, Friederich Kupzog
2013 Annual Review Environment and Resources  
Smart grids are expected to make our power system more resilient, "green," and efficient; a challenge that the automotive industry could only manage by introducing digital controls in engines.  ...  This review covers the current state of "smart" grid research and demonstration projects.  ...  Smart Grid Architectures Defining Smart Grid Domains and Their Interconnections The first large-scale implementations of smart grid use are imminent today.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-environ-031312-102947 fatcat:pvwm4gxukzfh3e6zg65ykdf7k4

Towards the Integration of Modern Power Systems into a Cyber–Physical Framework

George C. Konstantopoulos, Antonio T. Alexandridis, Panos C. Papageorgiou
2020 Energies  
physical layers, like those found in a large-scale modern power system architecture, is proposed.  ...  scale, industrial systems under a holistic insight.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the ADEPT management team for sharing the information on the industrial micro-grid system.  ... 
doi:10.3390/en13092169 fatcat:rsa7wkn4ljettfxx4yrmhzwzsm

Fog Computing for Realizing Smart Neighborhoods in Smart Grids

Rituka Jaiswal, Reggie Davidrajuh, Chunming Rong
2020 Computers  
There is a need for ultra-low latency, reliable service along with security and privacy. Fog Computing is a promising solution to overcome these challenges.  ...  The smart grid, which ensures reliable, secure, and cost-effective power supply to the smart neighborhoods, effectively needs Fog Computing architecture to achieve its purpose.  ...  The massive volume of real-time data collected by smart meters will help the grid operators gain a better understanding of the large-scale and highly dynamic power system [5] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/computers9030076 doaj:56a1bb6fa6584ded977208dc1be1f513 fatcat:tbs4p5paczam3bfoqkcpi7zwyy

A control framework to develop smart grid communications: possible pointers from multiservice network research

Ali Maqousi, Tatiana Balikhina, Kashinath Basu, Frank Ball
2017 International Journal of Systems Control and Communications  
Based on these, the paper presents key specific pointers toward defining a contextual control framework for the data transport system of the Smart Grid.  ...  This paper addresses the challenge of developing an architecture for the Smart Grid with the particular focus to support Smart Grid communication.  ...  TOWARDS AN ARCHITECTURE FOR OPEN COMMUNICATIONS FOR THE SMART GRID Given that the Smart Grid can be considered as a System of Systems, and the same can be said for both its power distribution and communication  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijscc.2017.083987 fatcat:t4jcf77t2nchnpe6peuelazymu

Secure networked control systems against replay attacks without injecting authentication noise

Bixiang Tang, Luis D. Alvergue, Guoxiang Gu
2015 2015 American Control Conference (ACC)  
(Unless variance of communication noise is very large, which is undesirable) Therefore focus on a particular frequency ω = ω h .  ...  (Unless variance of communication noise is very large, which is undesirable) Therefore focus on a particular frequency ω = ω h .(Where the gain of the loop transfer function is high) 15 / 23  ...  Conceptual Reference Diagram for Smart Grid Information Networks Smart Grid Security NIST Conceptual Model Detail and Figure 3 -2 is intended to aid in analysis by providing a view of the types of interaction  ... 
doi:10.1109/acc.2015.7172286 dblp:conf/amcc/TangAG15 fatcat:3frnonmbl5hajnybjapp3lsmmq
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