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An Investigation of Parametric Load Leveling Control Methodologies for Resistive Heaters in Smart Grids
2014 Sixth Annual IEEE Green Technologies Conference
The main goal in this study is to demonstrate that load leveling with demand side management in smart grids can be achieved to reduce peak power consumption while maintaining residential room temperatures at a comfortable level. A prototype enclosure was built and equipped with a heater and thermal measuring equipment. Data was collected during a 17 hour temperature regulation experiment using a traditional on-off (bangbang) controller similar to those commonly used for residential heatingdoi:10.1109/greentech.2014.15 fatcat:vqlwyf7yzze5rlcjednyqeblpu