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Demand side participation for frequency containment in the web of cells architecture

Syed, M. H. and Burt, G. M. and Kok, J. K. and D'Hulst, R. (2015) Demand side participation for frequency containment in the web of cells architecture. In: 2015 International Symposium on Smart Electric Distribution Systems and Technologies (EDST). IEEE, pp. 588-592. ISBN 978-1-4799-7736-9

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A large number of demand side management schemes have been proposed in literature for provision of frequency control ancillary services to the network. However, it is assumed that all the flexible devices within the network are managed and controlled under one demand side management (DSM) scheme. In this paper, two independent demand side management schemes control the portfolio of flexible devices within a web of cells architecture. A methodology and scenarios for analysis of the performance of more than one DSM scheme within the same network have been realized using a real-time power hardware-in-the-loop co-simulation platform, and the paper presents this as a basis for investigations of such arrangements.