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Reducing detrimental communication failure impacts in microgrids by using deep learning techniques

Reducing detrimental communication failure impacts in microgrids by using deep learning techniques
Reducing detrimental communication failure impacts in microgrids by using deep learning techniques
A Microgrid (MG), like any other smart and interoperable power system, requires device-to-device (D2D) communication structures in order to function effectively. This communication system, however, is not immune to intentional or unintentional failures. This paper discusses the effects of communication link failures on MG control and management and proposes solutions based on enhancing message content to mitigate their detritus impact. In order to achieve this goal, generation and consumption forecasting using deep learning (DL) methods at the next time steps is used. The architecture of an energy management system (EMS) and an energy storage system (ESS) that are able to operate in coordination is introduced and evaluated by simulation tests, which show promising results and illustrate the efficacy of the proposed methods. It is important to mention that, in this paper, three dissimilar topics namely MG control/management, DL-based forecasting, and D2D communication architectures are employed and this combination is proven to be capable of achieving the aforesaid objective.
microgrid, machine-to-machine communication, deep learning, Time series forecasting, Artificial Neural Networks
1424-8220
Arbab Zavar, Babak
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Sharkh, Suleiman
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Palacious-Garcia, Emilio J
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Palacious-Garcia, Emilio J
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Arbab Zavar, Babak, Sharkh, Suleiman, Palacious-Garcia, Emilio J, Vasquez, Juan C and Guerrero, J.M. (2022) Reducing detrimental communication failure impacts in microgrids by using deep learning techniques. Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 22 (16), [6006]. (doi:10.3390/s22166006).

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A Microgrid (MG), like any other smart and interoperable power system, requires device-to-device (D2D) communication structures in order to function effectively. This communication system, however, is not immune to intentional or unintentional failures. This paper discusses the effects of communication link failures on MG control and management and proposes solutions based on enhancing message content to mitigate their detritus impact. In order to achieve this goal, generation and consumption forecasting using deep learning (DL) methods at the next time steps is used. The architecture of an energy management system (EMS) and an energy storage system (ESS) that are able to operate in coordination is introduced and evaluated by simulation tests, which show promising results and illustrate the efficacy of the proposed methods. It is important to mention that, in this paper, three dissimilar topics namely MG control/management, DL-based forecasting, and D2D communication architectures are employed and this combination is proven to be capable of achieving the aforesaid objective.

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Published date: 11 August 2022
Keywords: microgrid, machine-to-machine communication, deep learning, Time series forecasting, Artificial Neural Networks

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Local EPrints ID: 469461
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/469461
ISSN: 1424-8220
PURE UUID: 7c57469c-9d2b-4071-b347-67f1b1007a4f
ORCID for Suleiman Sharkh: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-7335-8503

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Date deposited: 15 Sep 2022 16:33
Last modified: 16 Sep 2022 01:35

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Author: Babak Arbab Zavar
Author: Suleiman Sharkh ORCID iD
Author: Emilio J Palacious-Garcia
Author: Juan C Vasquez
Author: J.M. Guerrero

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