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Simulation in NS-2 of DNP3 protocol encapsulated over TCP/IP in smart grid applications
In dealing with computer networks, these allow the flow of information through the resources of various equipment's. This work describes the implementation through the encapsulation of Protocol DNP3, usually employed in ...
Using baseline methods to identify non-technical losses in the context of smart grids
Demand response has gained increasing importance in the context of competitive electricity markets and smart grid environments. In addition to the importance that has been given to the development of business models for ...
Performance analysis of smart grid communication protocol DNP3 over TCP/IP in a heterogeneous traffic environment
This paper presents simulation results of the DNP3 communication protocol over a TCP/IP network, for Smart Grid applications. The simulation was performed using the NS-2 network simulator. This study aimed to use the ...
Distributed generation modelling for unbalanced three-phase power flow calculations in smart grids
Distributed Generators (DG) are generally modeled as PQ or PV buses in power flow studies. But in order to integrate DG units into the distribution systems and control the reactive power injection it is necessary to know ...
Power Metering: History and Future Trends
Considering the rising demand for electricity around the world, several technologies have been developed to provide a more efficient and modern power system. In this context, the smart grid concept is related to the ...
The Adequacy Of Lorawan On Smart Grids: A Comparison With Rf Mesh Technology
(IEEENew York, 2016)
Accountability and revenue metering in smart micro-grids
Smart micro-grids offer a new challenging domain for power theories and metering techniques, because they include a variety of intermittent power sources which positively impact on power flow and distribution losses, but ...