[Hideyuki Suzuki] Development of a complex network based model and an optimization theory for dynamics of electric power systems toward large-scale integration of renewable energy


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Hideyuki Suzuki

Hideyuki Suzuki

The University of Tokyo
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To understand, analyze, and optimize the dynamical behavior of electric power systems in which renewable energy is integrated on a large scale, mathematical models are indispensable. Although qualitative models based on coupled oscillators are amenable to theoretical analysis, they are too simple as models for real systems. On the other hand, quantitative models reflecting detailed characteristics of real systems are too complicated to analyze theoretically. In this study, we develop a dynamical model based on complex networks that bridges the qualitative and quantitative models, aiming at elucidating distributed cooperative dynamics and realizing network optimization.

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