Modelon will sponsor and present at the International Conference on Power Engineering (ICOPE-2021) on October 17th-21st, 2021. Organized by the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers (JSME), the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Chinese Society of Power Engineering, ICOPE-2021 will cover both fundamental and applied topics in various power engineering except nuclear power. The conference will be held online (zoom) due to the uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak.
The ICOPE-2021 conference program is here.
Modelon will present the following session at ICOPE-2021:
October 20, 2021 (Wed) | 14:30~14:50 (JST) | Room D
Presented by: Moritz Hübel, Energy Simulation Expert
Aligned with international trends, fluctuating renewable energy generation is planned to be continuously increased in the Chinese electricity market. This will result in a demand for optimization and potential re-design for existing power plants, representing integral parts of the electricity infrastructure as well as large financial investments. Transient power plant models based on first-principle physical equations have proven to be an efficient tool to investigate process and control system adaptions to prepare field testing and implementations.
This paper will give insights into first-principle, component-based modeling using the open standards of Modelica. A comprehensive system model of a Chinese reference plant will be presented. The model will be used to simulate off-design transient scenarios for fast load response activation such as primary frequency controls to illustrate how the model-based approach can be used to develop control strategies. In addition, the same model will be used to demonstrate scenarios of component failures that can be used for the development of risk mitigation strategies.
Key words: Power Plant, Physical Model, Simulation, Flexibility, Modelica
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ICOPE-2021 registration is now open. All participants are requested to register online by no later than October 10, 2021. Register from here.
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