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Tuesday, June 02, 2009
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
T-4 Conference Room (Bldg 524)

Seminar

Modeling Power Systems of the Future: Information Technology and Power System Dynamics

James J. Nutaro
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Information technology is expected to have a central role in the future of electric power delivery. In this presentation, I will discuss techniques for modeling and simulation of future power systems that have classical electro-mechanical elements which interact with communication networks, software agents, real-time price signals, and other discrete event systems. Applications and supporting simulation technology will be discussed in the context of a notionally emergency load shedding system and a study of the impact that market clearing time and communication delay has on the stability of electric power markets.

Host: Marian Anghel, CCS-3