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Title: Modeling the Carrier Dependencies on Demand-Side in a Smart Multi-Energy Local Network
Authors: Nilufar Neyestani
Shafie Khah,M
João Catalão
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: Smart local energy networks represent a key option for more penetration of sustainably developed facilities. These facilities can cause an extended dependency in both time and carrier domains which should be considered through a comprehensive model. This paper introduces a new concept of internal and external dependencies. The concept is related to penetration of energy converters on demand side and the effects they bring to the system. Being achieved by implementation of smart grid, dependencies release operational flexibility and subsequently enhance the system efficiency. The model contains, carrier based demand response which preserves consumers satisfaction by utilizing the flexibility in exchanging the input energy carrier instead of changing end-usage pattern. The paper develops the coupling matrix model for smart multi-energy systems considering the external dependency as an added module to the overall model.
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