The resources under this data set represent models and results of work done under Control of Complex Systems Initiative (CCSI) to demonstrate the transactive energy-based control capabilities to stabilize and reduce oscillations that might occur when other control mechanisms are used.
Power system transmission (wholesale energy market) and distribution (retail energy market) components, and their simulators (MATPOWER and GridLAB-D) are integrated in the Framework for Network Co-Simulation (FNCS) in order to study.
Data and Resources
- CCSI data - base casezip
This archived resource contains the models and results of running the base...
- CCSI data - no-feedback casezip
This archived resource contains the models and results of running the no-...
- CCSI data - feedback casezip
This archived resource contains the models and results of running the...
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Each resource archive has a certain folder hierarchy explained below.
inputFiles folder contains the input files necessary for the GridLAB-D simulations of the feeders
models folder contains the transmission and distribution networks models, in MATPOWER (.m) and GridLAB-D (.glm) formats, respectively.
The transmission system model used for this study is a modified version of a 240-node Western Electricity Coordination Council (WECC) Interconnect model originally produced by CAISO (case_WECC240_line_limits_updated_v3.m). The model aggregates hourly load into twenty-two zones and provides constant distribution factors that segments that load to each of the nodes in that zone. Generators are also aggregated to each bus with a single generator for a given fuel type representing all those being aggregated. This results in some buses having multiple generators, one for each fuel type. Hydro generation was scaled back to 20\% of the installed capacity and treated as low-cost dispatchable generation. The model is described in MATPOWER format under models/transmission folder, together with 2 text files containing typical load profiles.
A set of 24 typical North American distribution circuit models has been defined for GridLAB-D. These circuits are generalized from models supplied by utilities around the country and have region-based customization in terms of circuit scale and topology, load composition, and environment. Nine circuits were selected that span the three regions of interest when simulating the Western Interconnect:
For each climate region there are 3 types of feeders, differentiated by the served area, population, types of consumers, etc.
To identify a specific feeder in the model and result data, this naming convention should be considered:
results folder contains the results files specific to each scenario.
Distribution-side results. <\results\distribution\climateRegion#\feederType#>
weather folder contains the weather-related files for each region, and reports the outside temperature and humidity.
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