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Volume 218, 2018The 1st International Conference on Industrial, Electrical and Electronics (ICIEE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||26 October 2018|
Polynomial Load Model Development for Analysing Residential Electric Energy Use Behaviour
Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Indonesia
Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Analysing and simulating the dynamic behaviour of home power system as a part of community-based energy system needs load model of either aggregate or dis-aggregate power use. Moreover, in the context of home energy efficiency, development of specific and accurate residential load model can help system designer to develop a tool for reducing energy consumption effectively. In this paper, a new method for developing two types of residential polynomial load model is presented. In the research, computation technique of model parameters is provided based on median filter and least square estimation and implemented by MATLAB. We use AMPDs data set, which have 1-minute data sampling, to show the effectiveness of proposed method. After simulation is carried out, the performance evaluation of model is provided through exploring root mean-squared error between original data and model output. From simulation results, it could be concluded that proposed model is enough for helping system designer to analyse home power energy use.
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