Paper Forum

Distribution System Modeling and Analysis


Chair: Wil L. Kling

Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

Co-Chair: Emanuel Rashayi

University of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe

Integrated Reliability Modeling for Data Center Infrastructures: A Case Study

Uwe Müller (, Germany) and Kai Strunz (TU Berlin, Germany)


Analysis of Thevenin Equivalent Network of a Distribution System for Solar Integration Studies

Guangya Y. Yang (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark), Majken R. Mattesen (Østkraft, Denmark), Søren B. Kjær (Danfoss Solar Inverter, Denmark), Radu D. Lazar (Danfoss Solar Inverter, Denmark), Adrian Constantin (Danfoss Solar Inverter, Denmark), Jacob Østergaard (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark), and Carl Stephansen (EnergiMidt, Denmark)


Simplified Modeling of DFIG With PWM Nonlinear Characteristics for Fast Transient Simulation

Yin Xu (Tsinghua University, China), Laijun Chen (Tsinghua University, China), Ying Chen (Tsinghua University, China), and Zhenquan Sun (Shaanxi Regional Electric Power, China)


Modeling the Frequency Response of Photovoltaic Inverters

Ernauli C. Aprilia (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), Vladimir Ćuk (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), Sjef Cobben (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), Paulo F. Ribeiro (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands), and Wil L. Kling (Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)


Modeling of Auto-transformers for Load Flow Calculations

Hans-Theo Neisius (Siemens, Germany), Izudin Džafić (Siemens, Germany), Sylwia Henselmeyer (Siemens, Germany), Dino Ablakovic (Siemens, Germany), and Nenad Leček (Siemens, Germany)


Hybrid Three-phase Load Flow Method for Ungrounded Distribution Systems

Hongbo Sun (Mitsubishi Electric, USA), Daniel Nikovski (Mitsubishi Electric, USA), Tetsufumi Ohno (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan), Tomihiro Takano (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan), and Yasuhiro Kojima (Mitsubishi Electric, Japan)


Three Phase Current Iteration Power Flow Method Using Fortescue Transformations

Izudin Džafić (Siemens, Germany), Hans-Theo Neisius (Siemens, Germany), and Sylwia Henselmeyer (Siemens, Germany)


Increase of the Delivered Energy Probability in DES Using a Fuzzy Probabilistic Modeling

Bruno Canizes (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), João Soares (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), Zita Vale (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), and Joaquim Teixeira (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)


Representation and Self-Configuration of Physical Entities in Extended Smart Grid Perimeter

Zheng Hu (Orange, France), Gilles Privat (Orange, France), Stéphane Frénot (INSA-Lyon, France), and Bernard Tourancheau (IMAG, France)


Controlling Smart Grid Adaptivity

Hermen A. Toersche (University of Twente, Netherlands), Stefan Nykamp (University of Twente, Netherlands), Albert Molderink (University of Twente, Netherlands), Johann L. Hurink (University of Twente, Netherlands), and Gerard J. M. Smit (University of Twente, Netherlands)


Parametric Interface for Battery Energy Storage Systems Providing Ancillary Services

Claudio R. Vergara (Universidade do Porto, Portugal)


A Synchronous Reference Frame Intelligent Structure for Power Control of Distributed Generators in a Microgrid

Sima Seidi Khorramabadi (Queen’s University, Canada), and Alireza Bakhshai (Queen’s University, Canada)


Agent Based Automation for a Smarter Distribution Grid

Mariam Khattabi (MVV, Germany), Andreas Kießling (MVV, Germany), Patrick Selzam (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany), and Jan Ringelstein (Fraunhofer IWES, Germany)


Optimal Economic Operation of Smart Grid by Fuzzy Advanced Quantum Evolutionary Method

Shantanu Chakraborty (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), Takayuki Ito (Nagoya Institute of Technology, Japan), and Tomonobu Senjyu (University of the Ryukyus, Japan)


Day-ahead and Online Scheduling of a Power Park in Urban Electricity Infrastructure 

Ehsan Abbasi (TU Berlin, Germany), Hossein Ameli (TU Berlin, Germany), and Kai Strunz (TU Berlin, Germany)