By Georgios M. Kopanos, Pei Liu, Michael C. Georgiadis
This publication presents a systematic framework for built-in recommendations to complicated power difficulties. It adopts a holistic, systems-based method of show the opportunity of an strength structures engineering method of systematically quantify various ideas at a number of degrees of complexity (technology, plant, power provide chain, mega-system). using modeling, simulation and optimization-based frameworks, besides a few real-life functions, it makes a speciality of complicated power platforms together with strength provide chains, built-in biorefineries, power making plans and scheduling techniques and concrete power systems.
Featuring contributions from top researchers within the box, this paintings comes in handy for teachers, researchers, practitioners in power structures engineering, and all people who find themselves fascinated about model-based power systems.
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