Open Modeling Framework. David Pinney (firstname.lastname@example.org) 7 November 2013. OPEN MODELING FRAMEWORK. Demand Growth Model. Consumer Behavior Model. Financial Models. Battery Models. Powerflow Model. Climate Model. CVR Model. Transformer Models. CVR Model. Diesel D.G. Model. Wind Model.
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David Pinney (email@example.com)
7 November 2013
Demand Growth Model
Consumer Behavior Model
Diesel D.G. Model
C02 Emissions Model
1. Conservation Voltage Reduction (CVR) control scheme simulated over 3 months.
2. CVR peak power shaving converted to capacity cost savings and total cost impact.
3. Control algorithm comparison.
1: Comparison of 3 systems over 4 days.
2: Reverse powerflow predicted.
3: Full climate simulation.
1: Overvoltage predicted in rooftop solar configuration.
SFS, Advanced Controls
Avoiding: MDM, Facility Inspection, Power Theft, Vegetation Management, Cyber Security, Inventory Management, Green Button, Oil Testing, Bill Presentment
Reporting: rev-based monetization, reliability metrics
Platform: queueing, auto-scaling, distributed study execution, relational datastore, better job monitoring
Future: Optimization, Gridlab Performance, Real Time Interface, Hardware in the Loop
Supporting Software Tasks
Testing: comprehensive coverage
Solvers: OpenDSS for harmonic analysis
Data Import: Cyme, glm, improved Milsoft
GUI: better workflow, bug fixes, voltage map