Demand Side Management requires both an adequate architecture to observe and control the status of the power grid and precise and real time measurements on which rely. In case of frequency fluctuations, precision is no more guaranteed so without adding more hardware the authors exploit FFT interpolation to estimate the real frequency of electrical signals. After the discovery phase follows the measurement phase in which a low cost Smart Meter computes the metrics specified in the following chapters. Finally, a comparison among measures taken by a reference instrument and the proposed meter is reported. © 2015 IEEE.

Power quality in smart distribution grids

Graditi, G.;Del Giudice, A.
2015

Abstract

Demand Side Management requires both an adequate architecture to observe and control the status of the power grid and precise and real time measurements on which rely. In case of frequency fluctuations, precision is no more guaranteed so without adding more hardware the authors exploit FFT interpolation to estimate the real frequency of electrical signals. After the discovery phase follows the measurement phase in which a low cost Smart Meter computes the metrics specified in the following chapters. Finally, a comparison among measures taken by a reference instrument and the proposed meter is reported. © 2015 IEEE.
9781479918607
Power Quality;Smart Grid;Demand Side Management;Smart Metering;FFT;Frequency lock
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