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Smart Grid and Enabling Technologies - Research Book

Smart Grid and Enabling Technologies

Latest Research Book in Smart Grid and Enabling Technologies

Author(s) Name:  Shady S. Refaat, Omar Ellabban, Sertac Bayhan, Haitham Abu-Rub, Dr. Frede Blaabjerg, Miroslav M. Begovic

About the Book:

   As the relationship between fossil fuel use and climate change becomes ever clearer, the search is on for reliable, renewable and less harmful sources of energy. Sometimes called the “electronet” or the “energy Internet,” smart grids promise to integrate renewable energy, information, and communication technologies with the existing electrical grid and deliver electricity more efficiently and reliably.
   Smart Grid and Enabling Technologies delivers a complete vision of smart grid technology and applications, including foundational and fundamental technologies, the technology that enables smart grids, the current state of the industry, and future trends in smart energy. The book offers readers thorough discussions of modern smart grid technology, including advanced metering infrastructure, net zero energy buildings, and communication, data management, and networks in smart grids.
   The accomplished authors also discuss critical challenges and barriers facing the smart grid industry as well as trends likely to be of importance in its future development.

Table of Contents

1. Smart Grid Architectural Overview
  1.1: Introduction
  1.2: Fundamentals of Electric Power system
  1.3: More limitations of the traditional power grid
2. Renewable Energy: Overview, Opportunities and Challenges
  2.1: Description of Renewable Energy Sources
  2.2: Renewable Energy: Growth, Investment, Benefits and Deployment
  2.3: Smart Grid Enable Renewables
3. Power Electronics Converters for Distributed Generation
  3.1: An overview of distributed generation systems with power electronics
  3.2: Power electronics for grid-connected AC smart grid
   3.3: Power electronics enabled autonomous AC power systems
4. Energy Storage Systems as an Enabling Technology for the Smart Grid
  4.1: Structure of Energy Storage System
  4.2: Energy Storage Systems Classification and Description
  4.3: Current State of Energy Storage Technologies
5. Microgrids: State of the Art and Future Challenges
  5.1: DC Versus AC Microgrid
  5.2: Microgrid Design
  5.4: Microgrid Economics
6. Smart Transportation
  6.1: Electric Vehicle Topologies
  6.2: Powertrain Architectures
7. Net Zero Energy Buildings
  7.1: Introduction
  7.2: Net Zero Energy Building Definition
  7.3: Net Zero Energy Building Design
  7.4: Net Zero Energy Building: Modelling, Controlling and Optimization
8. Smart Grid Communication Infrastructures
  8.1: Advanced Metering Infrastructure
  8.2: Smart Grid Communications
9. Smart Grid Information Security
  9.1 Smart Grid Layers
  9.2: Attacking Smart Grid Network Communication
10. Data Management in Smart Grid
  10.1: Sources of Data in Smart Grid
  10.2: Big Data Era
  10.3: Tools to Manage Big Data
11. Demand Management
  11.1: Demand Response
  11.2: Demand Response Programs
12. Business Models for the Smart Grid
  12.1: The Business Model Concept
  12.2: The Electricity Value Chain
  12.3: Electricity Markets
13. Smart Grid Customers Acceptance and Engagement
  13.1: Customer as one of the Smart Grid Domains
  13.2; Understanding the Smart Grid Customer
  13.3: Smart Grid Customer Acceptance
14. Cloud Computing for Smart Grid
  14.1 Overview of Cloud Computing for Smart Grid
  14.2 Cloud Computing
15. On the Pivotal Role of Artificial Intelligence Towards the Evolution of Smart Grids: Advanced Methodologies and Applications
  15.1: Century-old grid and SG transition
  15.2: AI techniques in smart grid
16. Smart Grid Simulation Tools
  16.1: Simulation Approaches
  16.2: Review of Smart Grid Planning and Analysis Tools
17. Smart Grid Standards and Interoperability
   17.1: Organizations for Smart Grid Standardization
  17.2: Smart Grid Policies for Standard Developments
18. Smart Grid Challenges and Barriers, Critical Success Factors and Future Vision
   18.1: Structure of modern smart-grids
  18.2: Concept of reliability in power systems
  18.3: Smart-grid challenges and barriers

ISBN:  978-1-119-42231-0

Publisher:  Wiley-IEEE Press

Year of Publication:  2021

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