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A simulation model for adequacy assessment of distributed generation

Abstract : A multi-state simulation model is presented for the adequacy assessment of a comprehensive distributed generation (DG) system, which incorporates diverse el-ements, e.g. solar and wind generators, electrical vehicles, transformers and power loads. The Monte Carlo simulation (MCS) method is used to take into account the uncertain behaviors of renewable sources, due to the stochastic nature of weather conditions, and the random mechanical failures and repairs of generation units. The simulation results of a case study of a reasonably comprehensive DG system model are satisfactory in comparison to those of a previously developed multi-state analytical model.
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E. Kuznetsova, Yanfu Li, C. Keith, Enrico Zio. A simulation model for adequacy assessment of distributed generation. CSDM 2011, Dec 2011, Paris, France. pp.1-12. ⟨hal-00658054⟩

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