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2008 19th International Conference on Systems Engineering
Micro-generators are devices installed in houses producing electricity at kilowatt level. These appliances can increase energy efficiency significantly, especially when their runtime is optimized. During power outages microgenerators can supply critical systems and decrease discomfort. In this paper a model of the domestic electricity infrastructure of a house is derived and first versions of algorithms for load/generation balancing during a power cut are developed. In this context a microCHPdoi:10.1109/icseng.2008.50 fatcat:q5ybrn55szf3pbmm4lvdbfouvu