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Methoden und Anwendungen der Steuerungs-, Regelungs- und Informationstechnik

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Volume 63, Issue 11

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Overview of recent control technologies for future power systems

An industry perspective

Neue Regelungstechnologien für die zukünftige Stromversorgung

Ein Überblick aus Sicht der Industrie

Ulrich Münz
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Published Online: 2015-11-11 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/auto-2015-0047

Abstract

The increasing integration of renewable power generation in power systems poses new challenges to power system control. In this article, we describe a multi-layer power system control architecture that addresses these challenges and comprises economic planning, supervisory power control, as well as voltage and frequency control as main layers. Several parts of this architecture have already been developed and tested on diverse components including building energy management, micro grid management and wind park control. We provide an overview of these applications and indicate white spots in this control architecture that require further research.

Zusammenfassung

Der stetig steigende Anteil erneuerbarer Erzeugung in Stromnetzen stellt die Netzregelung und Systemführung vor neue Herausforderungen. In diesem Artikel beschreiben wir eine umfassende Regelungsarchitektur für Stromnetze, mit der diese Herausforderungen gelöst werden können. Diese Architektur beinhaltet als wesentliche Ebenen die ökonomische Einsatzplanung, die Leistungssteuerung und -überwachung sowie die Spannungs- und Frequenzregelung. Mehrere Elemente der vorgeschlagenen Architektur wurden bereits für verschiedene Anwendungen entwickelt und getestet, u.a. für das Gebäudeenergiemanagement, den Betrieb von Mikronetzen und die Regelung von Windparks. Wir geben eine Übersicht über diese Anwendungen und benennen offene Punkte dieses Ansatzes und der zugehörigen Algorithmen für die zukünftige Forschung.

Schlagwörter: Stromnetz; Regelungsarchitektur; Energiemanagement

Keywords: Power system; control architecture; energy management

About the article

Ulrich Münz

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Michael Metzger

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Power and Energy Technologies, Erlangen, Germany

Andrei Szabo

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Markus Reischböck

Siemens Energy Management Division, Energy Automation, Nuernberg, Germany

Florian Steinke

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Philipp Wolfrum

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Rudolf Sollacher

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Dragan Obradovic

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Michael Buhl

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Automation and Control, Munich, Germany

Thomas Lehmann

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Power and Energy Technologies, Erlangen, Germany

Mathias Duckheim

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Power and Energy Technologies, Erlangen, Germany

Stefan Langemeyer

Siemens Corporate Technology, Research and Technology Center, Technology Field Power and Energy Technologies, Erlangen, Germany


Accepted: 2015-06-29

Received: 2015-04-08

Published Online: 2015-11-11

Published in Print: 2015-11-28


Citation Information: at - Automatisierungstechnik, Volume 63, Issue 11, Pages 869–882, ISSN (Online) 2196-677X, ISSN (Print) 0178-2312, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/auto-2015-0047.

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