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Analyses probabilistes pour l'étude des réseaux électriques de distribution

Abstract : The current changes on the electrical system bring out economic and technical issues in the management of the latter. Among these issues, the impact of distributed generation and VEs on the technical constraints of the distribution network. The aim of this thesis is to study probabilistic models to estimate the impacts of photovoltaic production and electrical vehicles on medium and low voltage distribution networks. Two different probabilistic models of production and consumption were studied : one based on the fitting of historical data by one probability density function, the other one based on the data clustered in groups defined by a standard profile and a probability of occurrence. Three probabilistic load flow technics have been studied in this thesis. The first is based on the Monte Carlo simulation method, the second is based on the PEM approximation method and the last, based on the use of clustering, is called pseudo Monte Carlo method.
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Fallilou Diop. Analyses probabilistes pour l'étude des réseaux électriques de distribution. Autre. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018SACLC055⟩. ⟨tel-01936560⟩

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