WP 5 – Control and optimization

The following reports are public and approved:

D5.1: Algorithms and tool prototypes (Ver 1)

  • Delivery date: 2016-10-31
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  • Abstract: This deliverable demonstrates both algorithm and tool prototypes that enable a systematic way of designing and updating operation and control strategies for DHC systems. The presented algorithms and tools have reached different levels of maturity at the time of composition of this deliverable.
  • Note: This report is replaced by D5.4

D5.2: Optimisation and control algorithms specification

  • Delivery date: 2017-05-31
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  • Abstract: Work package 5 of the OPTi project deals with the development of control and Optimisation methods for DHC systems. The developed tools are built around three main categories that are addressed in T5.2, the control configuration selection and the application in the DHC systems and the structuring of the control, the Optimization based control and the model predictive control, and the new thinking about the DHC system based on the service oriented architecture.
    In this deliverable, the conceptual description of the different tools and architectures at different levels of the DHC are presented.

D5.3: Automated DR algorithms specification

  • Delivery date: 2017-05-31
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  • Abstract: Workpackage 5 in the OPTi project deals with the development of control and optimisation methods for DHC systems. These methods are developed for all levels of operation, from demand response and production scheduling to the design of low-level control of pumps and valves.
    In this deliverable, the methodologies and associated algorithms for automated
    demand response (ADR) are described. The purpose of these methodologies is
    to facilitate peak demand reduction. Additionally, experiments and results from
    virtual knob trials are described along with the implications for ADR.

D5.4: Algorithms and tool prototypes (Ver 2)

  • Delivery date: 2017-05-12
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  • Abstract: Work package 5 of the OPTi project deals with the development of control and optimization methods for DHC systems. These methods are developed for all levels of operation, namely from demand response and production scheduling down to the design of low-level control of pumps and valves.
    In this deliverable the developed algorithms and tool prototypes are demonstrated. For most prototypes graphical user interfaces are developed and presented here.

 

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