Cyber-Physical-Social Systems and Constructs in Electric Power Engineering

Cyber-Physical-Social Systems and Constructs in Electric Power Engineering

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Cyber-physical-social systems (CPSS) integrate computing, physical assets and human networks. Divided into four application areas to the electric grid, this book describes state-of-the-art CPSS in electric power systems, including detailed approaches on social constructs which are a critical aspect of the end-user realm.

360 pages. Published October, 2016

Topics covered include:

* grid stability and security: distributed controls and algorithms for stability, cyber-security of generator units, and dynamic contingency analysis in the grid
* distribution system controls and economics: aggregators and agents for demand response, electric vehicles integration, smart neighbourhoods, and microgrids
* social aspects and implementation: sociological customer interactions with the grid, SCADA systems, and occupants’ roles in commercial buildings
* testbeds for validation: cyber-physical security assessment and distributed real time digital simulation

Table of Contents:
Section I
I.I – Introduction to cyber-physical-social systems and their applications in power systems engineering- Siddharth Suryanarayanan, Robin Roche & Timothy M. Hansen
Section II
II.I – Distributed Control Design for Damping Inter-area Oscillations in Cyber-Physical Power Networks –Meimanat Mahmoudi & Kevin Tomsovic
II.II – Distributed Algorithms for Wide-Area Monitoring of Power Systems: A Cyber-Physical Perspective – S. Nabavi, J. Zhang & A. Chakrabortty
II.III – Cyber-Physical Strategies for Generator Coherency in the Face of Malicious Attack – Pirathayini Srikantha, Jin (Wei) Kocsis, Deepa Kundur
II.IV – Dynamic Contingency Analysis and Remedial Action Tools for Secure Electric Cyber-Physical Systems- Joydeep Mitra, Mohammed Benidris & Nga Nguyen
Section III
III.I- Customer Modeling and Pricing-mechanisms for Demand Response in Smart Electric Distribution Grids- Timothy M. Hansen, Robin Roche, Siddharth Suryanarayanan, Anthony A. Maciejewski, Howard Jay Siegel & Edwin K. P. Chong
III.II- Application of the agent-based technology to invoke demand flexibility under the SG-BEMS integration framework – Luis A. Hurtado, Phuong H. Nguyen, Wil L. Kling
III.III- Grid Integration of Electric and Hybrid Electric Vehicles in Cyber-Physical-Social Systems – Wencong Su, Rui Ma & Shengyao Xu
III.IV- Increasing local renewable energy use in smart neighborhoods through coordinated trading- Berk Celik, Robin Roche, David Bouquain & Abdellatif Miraoui
III.V- Compensation of droop control in DC microgrid with multiple distributed generators- Nanfang Yang, Damien Paire, Fei Gao & Abdellatif Miraoui
III.VI – Co-operative Response Electric Vehicles for Social-Economic Dispatch- Mehdi Rahmani-andebili & Ganesh Kumar Venayagamoorthy
Section IV
IV.I- If you build it, will they come? Getting consumers on board with the future of the smart grid- Patricia A. Aloise-Young, Jennifer E. Cross & Perla K. Sandoval
IV.II – Risks, threats and mitigation strategies for SCADA systems- Helge Janicke, Allan Cook, Andrew Nicholson & Kevin Jones
IV.III- Occupant Engaged Fast Demand Response for Commercial Buildings- Zhen Song, Xianjun Sam Zheng & Sanjeev Srivastava
Section V
V.I- A Testbed for Closed Loop Cyber-Physical-Social System Simulation and Security Analysis- Ren Liu, Ryan Goodfellow & Anurag K. Srivastava
V.II- Cyber-Physical-Social System (CPSS) Security Testbeds for an Attack-resilient Smart Grid
V.III- Distributed Real-Time Simulations for Electric Power Engineering- Manish Mohanpurkar, Mayank Panwar, Sayonsom Chanda, Marija Stevic, Rob Hovsapian, Vahan Gevorgian, Siddharth Suryanarayanan & Antonello Monti         

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