Hernando Gil, I., Li, F., Collin, A. and Djokic, S. Z., 2016. Development of Sub-Transmission Network Equivalents and After-Diversity-Demand Values: Case Study of the UK Residential Sector. In: 18th Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON), 2016, 2016-04-18 - 2016-04-20.
This paper, which can be divided into two main interrelated studies, firstly describes the generic modelling of a sub-transmission network model to serve as a UK variant of the original IEEE 14-bus test system. The revised model, based on the actual/realistic power components found both in the UK and in European grids, provides an updated and complete technical description, ready for use in a variety of power system studies, in which the 14-bus test system is one of the most commonly used in the literature. Afterwards, this paper categorises the typical demand characteristics of the residential load sector in the UK, by providing a wider range of reference demand values and loading conditions for the planning and modelling studies of distribution networks, dividing them into four generic residential load subsectors. Different ‘after diversity demand’ values are therefore provided per residential load subsector, classes of customers and seasonal variations of annual power consumption.
|Item Type ||Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)|
|Creators||Hernando Gil, I., Li, F., Collin, A. and Djokic, S. Z.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||power system planning,network equivalent,residential demand,load modelling,distribution network|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Electronic & Electrical Engineering|
|Research Centres||Centre for Sustainable Power Distribution|
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