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An Adaptive Control of Smart Appliances with Peak Shaving Considering EV Penetration
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An Adaptive Control of Smart Appliances with Peak Shaving Considering EV Penetration
Haider, Zunaib Maqsood; Malik, Farhan H.; Rafique, M. Kashif; Lee, Soon-Jeong; Kim, Jun-Hyeok; Mehmood, Khawaja Khalid; Khan, Saad Ullah; Kim, Chul-Hwan;
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 Abstract
Electric utilities may face new threats with increase in electric vehicles (EVs) in the personal automobile market. The peak demand will increase which may stress the distribution network equipment. The focus of this paper is on an adaptive control of smart household appliances by using an intelligent load management system (ILMS). The main objectives are to accomplish consumer needs and prevent overloading of power grid. The stress from the network is released by limiting the peak demand of a house when it exceeds a certain point. In the proposed strategy, for each smart appliance, the customers will set its order/rank according to their own preferences and then system will control the household loads intelligently for consumer reliability. The load order can be changed at any time by the customer. The difference between the set and actual value for each load's specific parameter will help the utility to estimate the acceptance of this intelligent load management system by the customers.
 Keywords
Electric Vehicle (EV);Peak Demand;Intelligent Load Management System (ILMS);customer reliability;Load Rank;
 Language
English
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