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ترجمه عنوان مقاله پیاده سازی تکنیک های هوش مصنوعی در محیط کنترل میکروگرید: پیشرفت فعلی و دیدگاه های آتی
عنوان انگلیسی مقاله Implementation of artificial intelligence techniques in microgrid control environment: Current progress and future scopes
انتشار مقاله سال ۲۰۲۲
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مجله  Energy and AI – انرژی و هوش مصنوعی
دانشگاه Tyndall National Institute, Ireland
کلمات کلیدی هوش مصنوعی، معماری های کنترل میکروگرید، کنترل سلسله مراتبی، میکروگرید های شبکه سازی شده، یادگیری ماشین، منابع انرژی توزیع شده
کلمات کلیدی انگلیسی Artificial intelligence, Microgrid control architectures, Hierarchical control, Networked microgrids, Machine learning, Distributed energy resources
شناسه دیجیتال – doi
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.egyai.2022.100147
کد محصول E16214
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Abstract

۱٫ Introduction

۲٫ Microgrid Control

۳٫ Overview of AI framework for microgrid control

۴٫ AI in Hierarchical control – review and possible improvement

۵٫ Networked microgrid

۶٫ Discussion and future scopes

۷٫ Conclusion

Acknowledgement

References

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Abstract

     Microgrids are gaining popularity by facilitating distributed energy resources (DERs) and forming essential consumer/prosumer centric integrated energy systems. Integration, coordination and control of multiple DERs and managing the energy transition in this environment is a strenuous task. Classical control techniques are not enough to support dynamic microgrid environments. Implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques seems to be a promising solution to enhance the control and operation of microgrids in future smart grid networks. Therefore, this paper briefly reviews the control architectures, existing conventional controlling techniques, their drawbacks, the need for intelligent controllers and then extensively reviews the possibility of AI implementation in different control structures with a special focus on the hierarchical control layers. This paper also investigates the AI-based control strategies in networked/interconnected/multi-microgrids environments. It concludes with the summary and future scopes of AI implementation in hierarchical control layers and structures including single and networked microgrids environments.

Introduction

     Microgrids can be distinguished from any distribution network containing DERs by two distinct features. First, their capabilities to operate in an islanded mode confirms the resiliency and reliability of the network. Second, to appear as controlled and coordinated units viewing from the upstream network [1]. Microgrids provide noteworthy benefits to consumers as well as utilities, the majority of which include; higher reliability by incorporating flexibility at the community layer distribution network, improved power quality by managing flexible loads, reduced carbon emission by the diverse DERs, lowering transmission & distribution losses, cheap energy supply utilising more renewable resources, and the possibility of active participation in the energy markets [2], and must fully satisfy the network and load requirements at islanded mode [3].

     Taking into consideration the large share of stochastic natured DERs comes with lots of uncertainty and a range of instances where effective controlling of the microgrid network becomes very critical. Interconnecting multiple microgrids as a network of microgrids can be an effective solution to accommodate and improve the operation quality of the large number of DERs. It has also been recognised that when multiple microgrids, geographically close to each other, are tied together through the distribution line to form a networked microgrid, the reliability and resilience of the interconnected microgrid can be significantly increased [4, 5].

Conclusion

     This paper provides an overall review of AI-based control in microgrid environments. An overview of existing traditional control methods, their drawbacks, the need for AI techniques and their implementation at the different levels have been reviewed and future scopes have been presented. Despite system model complexities and challenges, it is found that AI can certainly be an important tool to enable the seamless integration and control of DERs at the local and networked levels. NN-based models are getting more focus on all levels. Most of the implemented AI techniques are physical model-based, whereas data-driven techniques should also gain more interest. Since a data-driven model doesn’t require extensive physical system information, the design becomes less complex. However, in some specific applications like inertia estimation in the primary control, there is a lack of data available at the low voltage distribution network level. As ESS is becoming a core part of decarbonising the smart and microgrid networks, the datasets for ESS SoC levels which are accessible and open to the public require extensive preprocessing to improve the data quality and better predictability.

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