The ERIGrid project focuses on development of advanced simulation-based methods to test and validate smart grid scenarios. Smart Grid systems constitute models interconnected across different domains. The unavailability of a single simulation platform to test these systems is overcome by co-simulation based assessment methods. Co-simulation requires development of necessary interfaces and couplings to integrate various domain specific specialized simulators, which are then coordinated by a master to orchestrate the simulation of the entire system.
In the ERIGrid webinar “Co-Simulation Based Assessment Methods” on 9 April 2019 at 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM CEST, the project partners will discuss with the attendees the development and application of various models, tools and test systems for conducting co-simulation. The added complexity of simulator interactions with increase in system size is one of the main focus areas of the work done in the project. Webinar will also include a live demonstration to showcase the workings of co-simulation models developed in ERIGrid.
This webinar will focus on the following topics:
• Development of the co-simulation approach
• Development of necessary interfaces, couplings, test systems etc.
• Implementations in the ERIGrid project
Presenters and contributors:
• Peter Palensky, Arjen van der Meer, Rishabh Bhandia – TU Delft, Netherlands
• Edmund Widl – AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, Austria
• Nabil Akroud – Ormazabal, Spain
• Kai Heussen, Tue Vissing Jensen – DTU, Denmark
• Van Hoa Nguyen – CEA, France
• IEEE IES Technical Committee on Smart Grids (TC-SG)
• IEEE SMCs Technical Committee Cybernetics for Intelligent Industrial Systems (TC-IIS)