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Dynamic demand management is a very promising research direction for improving power system resilience. This paper considers the problem of managing power consumption by means of "smart" thermostatic control of domestic refrigerators. In this approach, the operating temperature of these appliances, and thus their energy consumption, is modified dynamically, within a safe range, in response to mains frequency fluctuations. Previous research has highlighted the potential of this idea fordoi:10.1109/tcst.2011.2141994 fatcat:iwwiq7tp4jeqlpvrcx6vcoyafm