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Modélisation de la production indépendante dans les réseaux de distribution

Abstract : Power Systems are under going profond changes both in structure and opérations. Thèse changes are due to the restructring of the power industry almost ail over the wold. In this context, the development of the small power génération that can be connected to the distribution level has been one of the important and major aspect of thèse changes. This type of génération is designated under the name of "Embedded génération" or "Dispersed génération". However, distribution networks were not designed to operate with large number of generating units. Hence, the insertion of this génération will hâve an impact on the control and the opérations of thèse distribution networks. In order to study this impact, it is necessary to hâve models that can represent the behavior of the various groups likely to be connected on this network. In this thesis, we hâve developed an original model for a turbocharger Diesel engine. This model is of the type "mean torque". Its structure is modular. Each module represents a functionality of the engine. The fundamental approach consists of taking into account only dynamic mechanics of the engine ; the various thermodynamic variables being given in progress simulation by a quasi-static method. Simulation tests hâve been performed on a real distribution network (55 nodes). The results hâve showed the efficiency of the developed model.
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Gérald Claeys. Modélisation de la production indépendante dans les réseaux de distribution. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble - INPG, 2001. Français. ⟨tel-00597652⟩



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