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Energy Distribution in a Smart Grid with Load Weight and Time Zone

  • Boddu Rama DeviEmail author
  • K. Srujan Raju
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1090)

Abstract

Energy generation and distribution according to the customer demand are major challenging tasks in the smart grid. In this paper, allocation and distribution of energy in the grid network based on load weight and time are proposed. Energy allocated to different levels in the grid based on load weight during high demand. Finally, based on the time zone and demand, the energy is distributed to the different categories of customers. Various test cases for high and low demand in peak and nonpeak hours with dynamic load are considered for investigation. The requests from three different types of load, i.e., shiftable, non-shiftable and shiftable with noncontinuous slots are considered. The proposed techniques give better flexibility in energy distribution to the customers by maintaining high fairness index. An adaptive shifting intelligent control is applied further to enhance the performance.

Keywords

Energy distribution Fairness index Load weight Smart grid 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Communication EngineeringKakatiya Institute of Technology and SciencesWarangalIndia
  2. 2.Department of CSECMR Technical CampusHyderabadIndia

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