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Modeling
Framework
David Pinney (dwp0@nreca.coop)
7 November 2013
Demand Consumer
Growth Behavior
Model Model
Financial
Battery
Models
Models

Climate Powerflow
Model
OPEN
Model

MODELING
CVR
CVR
Model
FRAMEWORK Transformer
Model Models

Diesel D.G. Wind Model


Model
C02
Solar
Emissions
Model
Launched in July 2013
Initial Coops Active
OMF CVR Peak Demand Reduction

1. Conservation
Voltage Reduction
(CVR) control scheme
simulated over 3
months.

2. CVR peak
power shaving
converted to
capacity cost
savings and total
cost impact.

3. Control
algorithm
comparison.
OMF Reporting Output on Solar Simulation

1: Comparison of
3 systems over 4
days.

2:
Reverse
powerflow
predicted.

3: Full
climate
simulation.
OMF Solar Simulation Continued

1: Overvoltage
predicted in
rooftop solar
configuration.
Framework in 12 kLOC

SAM and Gridlab Model


Database Abstraction Layers Ten
Management Visualizatio
ns

Feeder Import and


Editing

Compute Cluster
and Job
Source
Control, Management
Testing,
Demo,
Servers,
Tools,
Needs and Tasks

SFS,
CVR DR, DG
Advanced
Markets
Controls

Simulatio Avoiding: MDM,


Facility Inspection,
Power Theft,

nGoals Vegetation
Management,
Cyber Security,
Inventory
Management,
Lines, Consumer Green Button, Oil
Storage
Transformer Technology Comms Transmissi Testing, Bill
s on Presentment

Platform:
queueing, auto-
scaling, Reporting: rev-
distributed study based
Mapping: mega- execution, monetization,
scale relational reliability metrics Future:

Supporti
datastore, better Optimization,
job monitoring Gridlab
Performance,
Testing: Real Time

ng comprehensive
coverage
Solvers: OpenDSS
Interface,
Hardware in the
Loop

Software GUI: better


workflow, bug
Data Import:
Cyme, glm,
improved Milsoft
for harmonic
analysis
fixes, voltage map

Tasks
Grid Analytics Association