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Distributed Co-Simulation Applied To Urban Scale Energy Systems Design

Abstract : Urban energy systems are now considered as multi-network structures rather than as silo-like separated energy vectors. However, multi-network structures imply a growing number of intricate interactions between various components. The design and the operation of such systems require taking into account complex multi-domain operational constraints. The aim of this work is to allow for a detailed and distributed simulation of the dynamic behaviour of coupled energy systems at urban scale for design and decision support purposes. With a development based on open source cutting-edge information technologies tools and applications, this paper proposes an innovative framework providing simplified deployment, distributed computation and encapsulation for enhanced and reproducible co-simulation applied to the simulation based validation of a design for a complex urban energy system.
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Pablo Puerto, Jessen Page, Bruno Ladevie, Jakob Rager. Distributed Co-Simulation Applied To Urban Scale Energy Systems Design. IBPSA 2019 - 16th Conference of the International-Building-Performance-Simulation-Association, Sep 2019, Rome, Italy. pp.1365-1371, ⟨10.26868/25222708.2019.210491⟩. ⟨hal-03474697⟩



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