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A Study on Power System Analysis Considering Special-days Load Mobility of Electric Vehicle
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 Title & Authors
A Study on Power System Analysis Considering Special-days Load Mobility of Electric Vehicle
Hwang, Sung-Wook; Kim, Jung-Hoon;
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 Abstract
In this paper, the power system with electric vehicles is analyzed considering the mobility and diffusion rate of electric vehicles in the smart grid environment. In the previous studies, load modeling and load composition rates have been researched and the results are applied to develop a new load model to explain the mobility of electric vehicles which could affect on the power system status such as power flow and stability. The results would be utilized to research and develop power system analysis methods considering movable charging characteristics of electric vehicles including movable discharging characteristics which could be affected by the diffusion progress of electric vehicles.
 Keywords
Electric vehicle;Charging load;Mobility;Special-day;Diffusion model;Power flow;Dynamic stability;ZIP model;Power system analysis;
 Language
Korean
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