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Hennig, R.J. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
Electrification of energy end-uses brings an increasing load on electric distribution grids with load peaks that can cause network congestion. However, many new end-uses like electric vehicles, heat pumps, and electrified industrial processes have some flexibility to move their power consumption away from peak times. Congestion management...
journal article 2024
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Wang, C. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
Anomaly detection is of considerable significance in engineering applications, such as the monitoring and control of large-scale energy systems. This article investigates the ability to accurately detect and localize the source of anomalies, using an autoencoder neural network-based detector. Correlations between residuals are identified as a...
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Yang, Q. (author), Simão, T. D. (author), Jansen, Nils (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Spaan, M.T.J. (author)
Safety is critical to broadening the application of reinforcement learning (RL). Often, we train RL agents in a controlled environment, such as a laboratory, before deploying them in the real world. However, the real-world target task might be unknown prior to deployment. Reward-free RL trains an agent without the reward to adapt quickly once...
conference paper 2023
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Moradi Sepahvand, M. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
The growing penetration of renewable energy sources (RESs) is inevitable to reach net zero emissions. In this regard, optimal planning and operation of power systems are becoming more critical due to the need for modeling the short-term variability of RES output power and load demand. Considering hourly time steps of one or more years to model...
conference paper 2023
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Hennig, R.J. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
Increasing peaks from high-power loads such as EVs and heat pumps lead to congestion of electric distribution grids. The inherent flexibility of these loads could be used to resolve congestion events. Possible options for this are smart network tariffs, market-based approaches, and direct control of flexible loads by the network operator. In...
journal article 2023
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Li, L. (author), Bruninx, K. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
This paper proposes a multi-level segmented tariff to encourage consumers to provide demand response using a battery. The aim of the tariff is to (i) properly reflect consumers’ contribution to the distribution grid cost while ensuring cost recovery for the distribution network operator and (ii) to provide consumers with a financial incentive to...
conference paper 2023
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Amirreza Silani, A. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
The proliferation of batteries, photovoltaic cells and Electric Vehicles (EVs) in electric power networks can result in network congestion. A redispatch market that allows the Distribution System Operators (DSOs) to relieve congested networks by asking the energy consumers to adjust their scheduled consumption is an alternative to upgrading...
conference paper 2023
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Ranganathan, Archana (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Provoost, Frans (author)
Electrical faults in the distribution system can lead to interruptions in customer power supply resulting in penalties that are borne by the distribution system operator. Accurate fault classification is an important step in locating the fault to achieve faster network restoration times. This paper presents a classification model in two parts:...
conference paper 2023
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Evans, Michael (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Angeli, David (author)
This paper proposes a framework for the procurement of flexibility reserve from aggregated storage fleets. It allows for arbitrary tree structures of aggregation hierarchy, as well as easily implementable disaggregation via broadcast dispatch. By coupling discharge and recovery modes, the proposed framework enables full-cycle capacity to be...
journal article 2022
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Segundo Sevilla, Felix Rafael (author), Liu, Yanli (author), Barocio, Emilio (author), Korba, Petr (author), Andrade, Manuel (author), Chaudhuri, Balarko (author), Cremer, Jochen (author), Rueda, José L. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
Nowadays, transmission system operators require higher degree of observability in real-time to gain situational awareness and improve the decision-making process to guarantee a safe and reliable operation. Digitalization of energy systems allows utilities to monitor the system dynamic performance in real-time at fast time scales. The use of...
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Yang, Q. (author), Simão, T. D. (author), Jansen, Nils (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Spaan, M.T.J. (author)
Safety is critical to broadening the a lication of reinforcement learning (RL). Often, RL agents are trained in a controlled environment, such as a laboratory, before being de loyed in the real world. However, the target reward might be unknown rior to de loyment. Reward-free RL addresses this roblem by training an agent without the reward to...
conference paper 2022
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Viebahn, Jan (author), Naglic, Matija (author), Marot, Antoine (author), Donnot, Benjamin (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
Given the increasing need to meet the new operational requirements of power systems and prepare for the future, adaptation of cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in the operational processes is paramount to timely meet the challenges. The focus of this paper is on applying AI in power system operations, in particular for the...
conference paper 2022
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Yang, Q. (author), Simão, T. D. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Spaan, M.T.J. (author)
Safety is critical to broadening the real-world use of reinforcement learning (RL). Modeling the safety aspects using a safety-cost signal separate from the reward is becoming standard practice, since it avoids the problem of finding a good balance between safety and performance. However, the total safety-cost distribution of different...
conference paper 2022
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Nibhanupudi, S.S. (author), Ishchenko, Anton (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
Transition from fossil fuels to sustainable sources of energy like wind and solar is the need of the hour. All over the globe, plans are in motion to achieve this goal. This implies addition of new elements to the grid in the form of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs). These affect the working of distribution grids and to ensure reliable as...
conference paper 2022
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Wang, C. (author), Sharifnia, E. (author), Gao, Zhi (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
For planning of power systems and for the calibration of operational tools, it is essential to analyse system performance in a large range of representative scenarios. When the available historical data is limited, generative models are a promising solution, but modelling high-dimensional dependencies is challenging. In this paper, a...
journal article 2022
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Bagen, Bagen (author), Bhavaraju, Murty (author), Choi, Jaeseok (author), Ekisheva, Svetlana (author), Kang, Sun Wook (author), Karki, Rajesh (author), Sakis Meliopoulos, A.P. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Yue, Meng (author)
his technical report reviews the state-of-the-art in composite system reliability (CSR) evaluation. Reliability assessment methods for composite generation and transmission systems have been developed in recent decades. However, maintaining an adequate level of reliability of the modern power grid is particularly challenging today due to many...
report 2022
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Hennig, R.J. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author)
The steady uptake of PV cells and high-power flexible loads such as electric vehicles (EVs) and heat pumps can lead to localized network congestion, if their power consumption or feed-in is not controlled well. One potential way that has been proposed to manage this congestion, are so-called Local Flexibility Markets. It is often argued, that...
conference paper 2022
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Wang, C. (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Palensky, P. (author)
Generating power system states that have similar distribution and dependency to the historical ones is essential for the tasks of system planning and security assessment, especially when the historical data is insufficient. In this paper, we described a generative model for load profiles of industrial and commercial customers, based on the...
conference paper 2022
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Hennig, R.J. (author), Ribo-Perez, D.G. (author), De Vries, Laurens (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author)
The adoption of distributed energy resources such as PV cells, electric vehicles and batteries in electric grids is increasing steadily. This brings new challenges for distribution networks. The current network tariffs were not designed for these types of usage and, in many cases, they are not adequate anymore. Thus, many new tariff frameworks...
journal article 2022
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Sakis Meliopoulos, A.P. (author), Papic, Milorad (author), Tindemans, Simon H. (author), Ekisheva, Svetlana (author), Yue, Meng (author), Logan, Douglas M. (author)
Composite Power System Reliability is defined as the computational procedure that quantifies the probability that the power system will perform the function of delivering electric power to customers adequately, on a continuous basis and with an acceptable quality. This definition leaves many details undefined and exemplifies the ambiguity in...
conference paper 2022
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