The interest in the virtual integration of hardware and software assets located at geographically dispersed locations, although not new, has spiked recently. However, realizing joint real-time simulation in connected laboratories is posing new challenges. This paper discusses the generalized requirements of a framework for the virtual integration of laboratories and presents the architecture of the platform that integrates two real-time digital simulators (RTDS located at ACS, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and OPAL-RT at Politecnico di Torino, Italy). The platform enables remote and online monitoring of the entire interconnected system which is a step towards developing Simulation as a Service concept. The application of this platform for real-time co-simulation of interconnected transmission and distribution systems is demonstrated.

Virtual integration of laboratories over long distance for real-time co-simulation of power systems / Stevic, Marija; Vogel, Steffen; Grigull, Markus; Monti, Antonello; Estebsari, Abouzar; Pons, Enrico; Huang, Tao; Bompard, ETTORE FRANCESCO. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 6717-6721. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Industrial Electronics Society , IECON 2016 - 42nd Annual Conference of the IEEE tenutosi a Florence, Italy nel 23-26 Oct. 2016 [10.1109/IECON.2016.7793422].

Virtual integration of laboratories over long distance for real-time co-simulation of power systems

ESTEBSARI, ABOUZAR;PONS, ENRICO;HUANG, TAO;BOMPARD, ETTORE FRANCESCO
2016

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The interest in the virtual integration of hardware and software assets located at geographically dispersed locations, although not new, has spiked recently. However, realizing joint real-time simulation in connected laboratories is posing new challenges. This paper discusses the generalized requirements of a framework for the virtual integration of laboratories and presents the architecture of the platform that integrates two real-time digital simulators (RTDS located at ACS, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, and OPAL-RT at Politecnico di Torino, Italy). The platform enables remote and online monitoring of the entire interconnected system which is a step towards developing Simulation as a Service concept. The application of this platform for real-time co-simulation of interconnected transmission and distribution systems is demonstrated.
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