Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
G. Kienesberger, E. Xypolytou, J. Marchgraber, Th. Kaufmann, A. Prostejovsky, M. Faschang:
"Agent-based Decentralization of Applications in Distributed Smart Grid Systems";
- 09-11-2015; in: "2015 International Symposium on Smart Electric Distribution Systems and Technologies (EDST) CIGRE SC C6 Colloquium, Vienna, Austria",
Smart grid technology promises to prepare today´s power systems for the challenges of the future by extensive integration of information and communication technology (ICT). One key aspect is the control paradigm which will have to be shifted from completely centralized control systems to more dezentralized concepts in order to adapt to the distributed nature of smart
grids. Multi-agent systems (MAS) are a very promising approach
for designing distributed, decentralized systems, naturally also
in the field of smart grids. This work introduces the notion of
decentralized multi-agent-based control systems (DMACS) and aims to give an overview on the different requirements and challenges on the way from current centralized control systems to DMACS. Therefore, different ICT scenarios and MAS topologies are employed to discuss the decentralization of three exemplary smart grid applications: voltage/var control, virtual power plants, and dynamic islanding. As a result, the advantages and challenges as well as ICT requirements of agent-based decentralization are outlined.
control engineering computing;decentralised control;distributed control;distributed power generation;multi-agent systems;power distribution control;power system analysis computing;smart power grids;voltage control;DMACS;ICT;MAS topologies;agent-based dece
"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)
Project Head Georg Kienesberger:
ICT requirements for operation of advanced and robust smart grids
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