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MOCES
0
Lukas Exel
10.1109/SmartGridComm.2015.7436395
L. Exel, F. Felgner and G. Frey, "Multi-domain modeling of distributed energy systems - The MOCES approach," 2015 IEEE International Conference on Smart Grid Communications (SmartGridComm), Miami, FL, 2015, pp. 774-779.
strongly depends on the modeling depth and model complexity
Lukas Exel
dispatch
deterministic, stochastic
Modeling of Complex Energy Systems
Depends on user
false
Simulation
Agent-based
HDAE (Hybrid Differential Equations) combined with an agent-based approach.
Energy Modeling Framework
false
Modelica, Dymola, (OpenModelica), C++, MySQL, SQLite
100000
true
false
Lsodar, Dassl
Electricity
User-dependent
Renewables
Conventional Generation
MOCES is a modeling tool that allows a simulative investigation of complex energy systems. It is build on top of the modeling language Modelica. It is not restricted to a specific modeling depth, neither spatial nor temporal. Nevertheless, in the time domain it focuses on dynamics with time constants larger then seconds and in the spatial domain it concentrates on the super ‘entity connected to the grid’ level.
Second
2017-02-14T19:48:28Z
2457799.3253241
2017-02-21T09:08:58Z
2457805.8812269
false
MOCES