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PHIL Infrastructure in CoSES Microgrid Lab

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posted on 29.11.2021, 05:34 authored by Anurag MohapatraAnurag Mohapatra, Vedran S. Peric, Thomas Hamacher
This paper describes the Power hardware-in-the-loop (PHIL) architecture and capacities of the CoSES laboratory at TU Munich. The lab brings together renewable resources, flexible grid topologies, fully controllable prosumer emulators, a real-time control environment, and an API access for external connection to the lab. The electrical and control design of the lab allows for sophisticated PHIL experiments with an user-friendly implementation. Two experiments are included, to validate the PHIL performance and demonstrate the use of PHIL infrastructure to investigate an OPF algorithm.

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Flexibel konfigurierbares Microgrid-Labor

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft

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Optimal Operation of Integrated Low-Temperature Birdirectional Heat and Electric Grids - IntElHeat

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Email Address of Submitting Author

anurag.mohapatra@tum.de

Submitting Author's Institution

Technical University of Munich

Submitting Author's Country

Germany