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000210515 245__ $$aExperimental Implementation of Frequency Regulation Service Using Commercial Buildings
000210515 260__ $$bIEEE Transactions on Smart Grid $$c2016
000210515 269__ $$a2016
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000210515 336__ $$aReports
000210515 520__ $$aFrequency control reserves are a fundamental mechanism in the current electric power system to preserve the balance between demand and generation of active power at all times. The traditional approach is to exploit conventional power plants for frequency reserves. However, due to the increasing penetration of renewable energies, the demand side is expected to play an essential role in the near future.This paper illustrates the potential of commercial buildings as frequency reserves providers through an experimental demonstration conducted in a multi-zone university building. The proposed control methodology, that represents a first step to the full accomplishment of this task, is presented in details,including the control architecture, the controller design, model identification and hardware description. Finally, the effectiveness of the presented approach is tested by means of simulations and experiments in a very controlled environment.
000210515 6531_ $$aancillary services
000210515 6531_ $$acommercial buildings
000210515 6531_ $$aarea control signal
000210515 6531_ $$afrequency regulation
000210515 6531_ $$amodel predictive control(MPC).
000210515 6531_ $$aCommelec-NRP70
000210515 700__ $$0248713$$aFabietti, Luca$$g253579
000210515 700__ $$0246865$$aGorecki, Tomasz Tadeusz$$g227462
000210515 700__ $$0246949$$aQureshi, Faran Ahmed$$g227658
000210515 700__ $$0247893$$aBitlislioglu, Altug$$g238854
000210515 700__ $$0247209$$aLymperopoulos, Ioannis$$g234671
000210515 700__ $$0246471$$aJones, Colin$$g207237
000210515 8560_ $$ffaran.qureshi@epfl.ch
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